Catch Up Series: March 2016 Income, Spending and Investing

At the bottom of this post is a screenshot from the spreadsheet I was using in 2016 when I became serious about tracking my income, spending, and my investing. In hindsight I wish I had made these posts in real-time, as my situation was unfolding. I had intentions to do so, but, I was focused … Continue reading Catch Up Series: March 2016 Income, Spending and Investing

Catch Up Series: February 2016 Income, Spending and Investing

At the bottom of this post is a screenshot from the spreadsheet I was using in 2016 when I became serious about tracking my income, spending, and my investing. In hindsight I wish I had made these posts in real-time, as my situation was unfolding. I always had intentions to do so, but, I was … Continue reading Catch Up Series: February 2016 Income, Spending and Investing

Learning to Love Being Wrong, Part 1.

Growing up I always felt relatively intelligent. My grades from various school tests, reports, projects and exams seemed to justify those feelings. I can remember receiving some praise around the house; the occasional "we're just so proud of you," and "keep up the good work"  were thrown around. A funny thing started to happen though. I … Continue reading Learning to Love Being Wrong, Part 1.