For the past three nights, after my son went down to sleep, I went out for a few hours to drive for Uber. Before I started, I figured I would quit after one day after seeing what’s it’s like, but it’s been really fun! Last night, I drove into D.C. for the first time as … Read moreI Started Driving For Uber (and Lyft) And You Can Too!
“Contentment comes not so much from great wealth as from few wants.” – Epictetus Lately, I’ve been exploring and practicing minimalism, and I realized how much it goes hand in hand with improving personal finances. What is minimalism? Here’s how The Minimalists define it: Minimalism is a tool to rid yourself of life’s excess in favor of … Read moreMinimalism, Decluttering, and Personal Finance
If you want to make God laugh, tell him about your plans. – Woody Allen In my previous post, I mentioned my goal of achieving financial independence (FI) by 2025, but I truly believe that, ultimately, my plans are in God’s hands. With that being said, I also believe that if we are good stewards … Read moreThe Strategy and The Current State of Affairs
I just turned 30 a few months ago, and my son (below) just turned 1 a few days ago. Both of these milestones made me reflect on my life and my family’s future. I decided to change the path we are taking and blog about it. What is this blog about? I’ll be writing about personal finance, financial … Read moreThe Starting Point