Depression and me

For much of the past two weeks, I’ve been wrestling with my mental health. I could sense a crisis coming, so I scheduled some time away. I didn’t want to have to be worrying about blog posts while I was worrying about everything else. Thus, my “summer vacation”. Long-time readers are aware that I’ve struggled […]

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Summer Vacation!

Well, apparently I need a vacation after my European vacation! I’ve come home to a Real Life in which I have too much to do and not enough time to do it. The yard needs pruning, the house needs cleaning, my body needs exercise, friends need visiting, and this website needs lots of work behind […]

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The seven deadly sins of personal finance

I’ve been reading and writing about personal finance for more than thirteen years. In that time, I’ve consumed a lot of books about money. Lately, I’ve found that it’s fun to revisit old favorites. Recently, for instance, I’ve been re-reading Brett Wilder’s The Quiet Millionaire [my review]. It’s different than most personal finance books. It’s […]

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