A clean slate for 2017

Happy 2017 everyone! It’s a new year and for most of us it means a new job, a new house, a new haircut, new clothes, a new boyfriend (haha), and maybe a stronger will to live it up! … More A clean slate for 2017


The Emergency Fund: Cheap price to pay for your peace of mind

In between the house and that trip to the doctor’s clinic, my thoughts turned to morbidity and the short length of our lives. If this lump turns out to be fatal, would I have time to enjoy my million? We work so hard and sacrifice so much, it would be such a shame to die early and be unable to enjoy the fruits of our hard work. … More The Emergency Fund: Cheap price to pay for your peace of mind

The Millenial Urban Poor

There is a new kind of poverty that is rising among millenials. According to this story, millenials are spending more to look good, appear on trend and appear full, rather than buying more food to actually feel full. Looks and the appearance of eating at nice restaurants, while literally starving for most of the day, is given more value. Thus, most working millenials end up starving and broke. … More The Millenial Urban Poor

Facebook is bad for your financial health.

As human beings, we cannot live alone. We need constant contact with our peers, friends, and family. In a perfect world, this constant contact or networking with people should elevate our overall well-being. I know that dinners with family and night outs with friends bring me constant delight and leave me feeling elated for the rest of the week. Meeting with work friends keeps me updated on office matters and lawyer-related news.
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A call to action

Nothing in life can go on perfectly forever. The sooner we accept this, the better we will feel. The pivotal point should be how we get up from a fall. Let us see the positives and tiny good things that happen daily. This is my call to action, let’s start appreciating every little good thing that happens each day. … More A call to action