Imagine that you plant a tree. For the next 40 years, you water it and protect it from harsh weather and animals. You never pick its fruit or climb it for fun. You don’t take a break and rest in its shade. You don’t even cut down some branches to build a house. You never… Read more »
Could leaving behind the hustle and bustle of a big city improve your Return on Life? Before you start packing up, ask yourself these four important questions.
This article in the Wall Street Journal speaks on the benefits of couples combining their finances… if they can get past the initial roadblocks.
“Most Americans would probably have a hard time wrapping their heads around a $350,000 salary. In fact, government data cited by Sam Dogen of the Financial Samurai blog shows that some 95% of U.S. households don’t pull in that much. “
Becoming indistractable is the most important skill for the 21st century — and it’s one that many parents fail to teach their kids.
Warren Buffett is one of the richest people in the world, but money isn’t a factor when it comes to measuring the quality of his life.
Good news for the cheery: A Boston study published this month suggests people who tend to be optimistic are likelier than others to live to be 85 years old or more.
Change is a constant and continuous process in life. As we grow older, we change how we dress, what we eat, where we live and who we become friends with.
When is the last time you could make $125 in a matter of seconds? Filling out a claim for the Equifax data breach can take just a minute or so.