When I first found out that financial independence was possible, I tore through several blogs about the subject. There were just a few that kept me clicking back. On Monday mornings, I would refresh the page to see if there were any new well-researched posts and dazzling photos of the outdoors on the site OurNextLife. […]
Here are some tried-and-true methods to get your partner to stop listening to you, ignore all of your advice, and make them second guess their choice of being with you in the first place.
Four years ago, I hit “apply” on a Software Engineering job posting despite my lack of a computer science degree. The demand for more developers is high, but the skills are tedious to learn. Yet out of all the engineering disciplines, software is the one most likely to open its doors to self-taught bootstrappers and […]
For too long, the myth that women are somehow bad with money has perpetuated our media, marketing, and minds. Advice based on these false assumptions conveys that women are at fault. If they only negotiated harder, took on more risks, and (in short) acted more like a man, then they would succeed. This view ignores […]
I was wondering what to write this week, but I could not think of a topic for love or money. Then it hit me– love and money! With Valentine’s Day around the corner, I thought I could cover how we handle money in our relationship. Mr. Mechanic and I met on vacation 10 years ago. Resolutely […]
I kicked off the New Year falling asleep to Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi (it was good, I was just tired!) Then I headed back to work for business as usual. Between lots of work, we took advantage of every weekend at home. Note: there may be affiliate links in this post, which means I receive a […]