Saving and Giving

Saving for early retirement increasingly feels like a juggling act. There are so many ways to utilize the money coming into my pockets. Way more ways, actually, than the amount of money coming in. I could buy burritos every day, sock as much as I can into every tax efficient account possible, and even give … Read more…

Recap: 2016 Edition

2016 might have been an incredibly sucky year by many standards, but it was a banner year for me on basically every front imaginable. I hit all of my personal, professional, and financial goals for the year, which I think is the first time that’s ever happened for me. Highlights include trips to Seattle [Camp Mustache], … Read more…

Two Weeks in Europe: The Numbers

Today’s post is the final post of my series about my two week trip to Europe. Part One was a general overview, Part Two was sharing the lessons I learned on the trip, and Part Three is allllll about the numbers. We dive in deep to every dollar (and Sterling Pound and Euro) I spent … Read more…

Two Weeks in Europe: Lessons Learned

This is Part 2 of 3 posts about my trip to Europe. If you haven’t read Part One, read that first! There’s a ton of great pictures of me in it 🙂 I’m all about learning lessons in life. Fortunately for me, this trip was chockablock with them. As a relatively new international traveler, I can … Read more…

Two Weeks In Europe: Site Seeing

I am back from my epic two week trip to Europe! I’m going to split the recap into three parts: general overview, takeaways from traveling, and a detailed look at the costs of the trip. General Overview Itinerary: Oct 1st: I had a blast spending my first day off with my family and friends in my … Read more…