I am wrapping up my second week of working from home since the outbreak of the Coronavirus. We’ve been in quasi-quarantine for the last ~4 weeks. Needless to say, Im questioning everything I know about life. Working at home with 2 kids under 4, in a job driven by stock market activity is terrible. And … Read more Is a two-income household still worth the effort: COVID-19 chronicles?
I follow a few travel blogs (TPG, OMAAT) that have adequately warned and prepared me for what to expect when traveling with kids. But, “we don’t rise to the level of our expectations, we fall to the level of our training”. And since there is no such thing as family travel camp (there’s an idea), … Read more Our First Trip as a Family of Four: Mistakes Made and Lessons Learned
“…If you’re in a relationship, all you should be doing is fucking and going places. That’s all you should be doing. Having sex and traveling…You should be cuming and going. Thats all you should be doing…” – Chris Rock I was watching Chris Rock’s special on Netflix – Tamborine, and this line stood out to … Read more You should be c(u)ming and going…Relationship advice from Chris Rock!
September was our lowest spending month in 2019. And we needed that to balance out the set backs we had in June and July. Overall, it was a low-key month in terms of spending, so this should be a short post! It appears that our net-worth jumped by 71K in the last 3 months, but … Read more Family Spending (Budget) Plan: September 2019
I use Personal Capital to keep track of my finances. Given how many different cards we use to manage our household finances, I find that this is the best free online tool available to help me keep track. On to the numbers! Car / Transportation We have 2 cars, both of which are paid off, … Read more Family Spending (Budget) Plan: July 2019
Sike nahhh. Hahaha! I can’t understand the old school mentality that I am somehow less than a man if my wife earns more than me. That’s ridiculous beyond belief. I am proud that her efforts have paid off and are yielding results. And it motivates me to match her hustle. I hope that by the … Read more My Wife Makes More Than Me And It Makes Me Insecure
I applied and was approved for a new Sofi 5-year student loan. I got a 68bps (0.68%) interest rate reduction over my previous rate and the monthly minimum payment has decreased by $120 per month. The only problem is, 5 years from now I will 41 years old. I refuse to be a 40+ year … Read more Paying Off Student Loans Before Turning 40