Category Archives: Personal Finance

Pursue Your Dreams Or Save For Reality?

Most adults end up facing a tough question at a relatively young age, which is: should I pursue my true passion that may carry a small salary, or should I take a practical, financially lucrative career and save for later? Some people say you have to do what you love, no matter what the pay… Continue Reading

What The Hell is Wrong With Some People? Emergency Funds vs. The Smart Phone

I choose not to discuss them often but the basics of personal finance are the same whether you are making $46,000 or $460,000.  I feel like most people are smart enough to understand if you are spending more than you are making that is is unlikely that you’ll get out of the situation you are… Continue Reading

5 Money-Saving Tips for First-Time Homebuyers

When people dream of their future goals, they typically dream of four things: a decent job, making sufficient money, a wonderful family, and a dream home.  Even with the instability of the economy, many people are still determined to become homeowners. There are several steps prospective homeowners can take in order to make sure they… Continue Reading

Energized and Focused

Last weekend The Wife and I went away for the first time without the boy and it allowed me to refocus on some goals and the reason for those goals.  Despite growing up and even going to school on Long Island I had never been to Montauk so when The Wife suggested it I jumped… Continue Reading

Responding to When Someone Calls you Cheap

The other day I was talking to a buddy and he called me cheap.  It wasn’t anywhere near the first time that this happened, nor will it be the last.  I don’t usually take much offense because I am comfortable with myself and my spending habits, but for whatever reason this simple conversation got me to thinking… Continue Reading