Leaving a big employer to start on a path of self-employment looks glamorous, but there are many aspects of leaving a job that you don’t get to see until you make the plunge. Here is an inside look at my experience in my first month as a full-time online entrepreneur, and answers to some common […]
I hope your May is off to a profitable start! I’m writing today from London, where I am on a work and touring trip to celebrate my leap to self-employment and being able to work anywhere in the world. Tomorrow I head to Paris, but before I go it is time for the monthly earnings […]
This is my last week working full-time for someone else! Friday is my last day with my day job, and I’ll be working online full-time starting next week! Here’s how my last month of dual employment went, and what I have planned for the near future.
This week we welcome special guest Paula Pant from Afford Anything. We discuss real estate investing, running an Airbnb, favorite travel destinations, and more in this episode of the Personal Profitability Podcast.
Hello there friends, I hope your March is off to an excellent start. I have some big news from the most recent podcast episode to share. I’m leaving my day job to go full-time online, and we’re moving to California!
For the 1st anniversary show, we welcome one of the “Godfathers of Personal Finance Blogging,” Get Rich Slowly founder JD Roth! We get into Star Wars, living in an RV, and turning a website into a full-time income.
One thing I always focus on with personal finance is big wins. Who cares if you can save 47 cents on your shampoo when you can save much more with less effort focusing on large, recurring expenses? This month I changed my phone service provider for the first time in six years, and I’ll save […]
This week I welcome Cole and Elizabeth, the Switchback Kids, who are on the trip of a lifetime visiting all 59 United States National Parks in one year. Learn how they came up with the idea, and are paying for it, in this week’s episode.
For the most part, I only use my credit card these days. However, having worked in a bank, I saw many situations where people needed to carry around large amounts of cash. Knowing how the government tracks cash is important for people that do large transactions with cash.
Hello from sunny Santa Barbara! I’m writing this post just steps from the beach. My wife and I are winding down our travel in preparation for our first child, so we took a short weekend away to visit family and the beach!