How Much it Actually Costs to Travel the World

I recently completed a 6-month journey throughout South and Central America. One of the first questions I got from friends and family was naturally regarding finances. So what was the end damage? How much did it all cost?” $8,010. Which amounts to $1,335 per month. That’s right a full month of traveling is cheaper than... Continue Reading →

Your Financial Health CANNOT Wait Any Longer

Examining, reviewing and managing your personal finances is not the most exciting topic for most. It’s boring and stressful. It causes anxiety about your spending decisions. And to top it off, it’s overwhelming figuring out where to even begin. So why am I going to argue that you need to start doing it immediately? Simply... Continue Reading →

How to Impress Your Friends with: Cheese!

Cheese has been bringing people together for over 7,000 years. How do I know this? Well I don’t, I just quickly skimmed the cheese Wikipedia site, but that’s beside the point. Cheese nights offer a fantastic and cost-effective alternative to a typical restaurant meal. When you go out to eat, you are not just paying... Continue Reading →

7 Travel Hacks for Cheaper Vacations

Traveling allows you to experience new cultures, try new foods and escape the monotony of everyday life. What’s not to love? Well unless you’re willing to make some life sacrifices, traveling costs money. Like many things in life, travel costs fall on a spectrum. You can spend thousands on fancy meals and 5-star resorts, or... Continue Reading →

The Easiest Way Possible to Track Your Spending

I found tracking my spending to be one of the most impactful things I have done on my financial journey for two reasons: I could easily see what things (ex: Restaurants) the majority of my paycheck was being spent on I knew exactly how much money I had left over to invest each month

Why Are You Wasting Your Time Blogging?

Good question, I’ll answer that in a second, but first I need to set the stage: “Financial independence” is achieved when one has a stream of passive income which exceeds their living expenses. In other words, you have assets (investments, real estates, etc.) which generate income, and this income is enough to pay the bills.... Continue Reading →

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