Wag Walking Side Hustle, Should I be a Wag Walker, Dog Walking, Pros and Cons of Wag, Wag Review Continue reading 7 Things You Need to Know Before Becoming a Wag Walker
Coffee is America’s psychoactive drug of choice. Drinking it can be a habit that comes so naturally that you couldn’t imagine life without it. After all, how else could you get through your day? However, how much is your coffee habit really costing you, from the perspective of lost free time? You’ll Still Get your Coffee… Don’t worry, we aren’t suggesting you never drink coffee … Continue reading How Much is Your Coffee Habit Really Costing You?
First things first. We are throwing out the notion that you are “supposed” to work for 40+ years then retire at 65. Doing so is perfectly fine, and many have found fulfillment and financial success that way. But it shouldn’t be the default. While there is no inherent problem in working for someone else your entire career, and retiring once you are eligible for social … Continue reading When will I be able to retire?
One way to define financial freedom is the following: the ability to do absolutely anything one desires with ones time, while simultaneously meeting all financial needs. Sounds nice doesn’t it? The Free Times Framework (FTF) is a way of thinking designed to help get you there faster. At the Free Times we do not believe life is best lived penny pinching at every turn, so … Continue reading The Free Times Framework (FTF) for personal finance decisions
As promised, we wanted to provide detailed information regarding how we arrive at the Free Time metric that will appear in many of our posts. As a reminder, this post will show you the purpose this calculation is supposed to serve (TLDR; a new and improved retirement calculator). First things first, while we will generally report one metric for each scenario, Free Time will be … Continue reading Free Time Calculation
We all have our blind spots, but we can learn to recognize and protect ourselves against psychological truths that lead us to poor decision making. We describe some of the key psychological biases to be aware of in regards to personal finance below, and suggest how to overcome them. Get ready to become a decision making machine! Loss Aversion: What is is? Loss aversion is … Continue reading Psychological Biases in Personal Finance
We love Ice Cream! Easily in the top 3 desserts, no question. Tell us in the comments what your other top two are! We love the good stuff and definitely don’t want to skimp on such an important piece of any fine meal. But will splurging on the good stuff be worth it in the long run for all of you personal finance heroes out … Continue reading Ben and Jerry’s vs. Breyers