Author Archives: Evan

Goals and Objectives for 2012

A couple of days ago I “graded” myself as to how I did for my 2011 Goals and Objectives and with only  a couple days left in 2011 it is about time to lay it on the line for what I expect for myself in 2012.  One of the main reasons I started this blogContinue Reading

Our Credit Card Spending November to December

I read an inspiring post on Financial Samurai titled, “Credit Card Enlightenment: Track Your Expenses Wisely” that made me want to get a handle on monthly expenditures, but as explained before I feel like I started in the wrong month, but oh well!  Unlike my net worth updates, I am going to provide exact dollarsContinue Reading

Reviewing How I Did on My 2011 Goals and Objectives

I can’t believe it has been almost a year since I published my goals and objectives for 2011 (December 31, 2011 at 12:45am) and as we come to the end of the year I thought it be about time to review that post and see how I did.   I have done this for the past:Continue Reading

Friendly and Free Stock Picking Contest Among Bloggers and Readers

Who doesn’t like a little friendly and free competition between people you interact with daily? I know I do, so I am excited to be entering into a stock picking competition with a few other bloggers I know (and the list seems to be growing which makes it even more fun).  Before we talk aboutContinue Reading

Buying an Asset with a Mortgage or Debt Doesn’t Necessarily Change your Net Worth

I got into an interesting conversation with a commenter the other day on another blog and it made me realize that there are some people out there who don’t actually understand some of the basics of Personal Finance. I don’t talk about the basics to often on My Journey to Millions, because quite frankly, howContinue Reading

Early Extreme Retirement Loses Its Biggest Proponent

A little over a year ago I wrote about my problems with a personal finance trend commonly referred to as “Early Retirement Extreme.”  It still remains a pretty popular post with a few comments from the movement’s most popular proponent, Jacob Lund Fisker.  Within that post and the subsequent 50+ comments I laid out theContinue Reading