So this week was the week of my birthday. I turned 26. Turning 26 is a point in my life where I have to think about my future. Now that I’m officially closing in on 30, as Girlfriend would like to say, the goals I have in life are getting closer. Financial Goals My big … Read moreMy Birthday and a Quarter Life Crisis?
In the Jocko Podcast published the 26th of December last year Jocko and Echo were talking about this dilemma of when to play the game and when to break the rules. They were discussing discipline and ownership in wide ranging topics from business to war and from relationships to everyday life. The Dilemmas The discussions … Read moreWhen to Play the Game, When to Break the Rules
This article is a continuation of the one I posted on Monday. During our money date we discussed among other things buying a house together in the intermediate term. The financial planning around a decision like this is quite important. Buying a House and Reaching FI When you want to reach financial independence, it’s important … Read moreFinancial Planning for the Intermediate Term
Data shows a lot of relations have friction when it comes to money. Even though I find it hard to do sometimes, I do think it’s super important to have regular money dates. Discussing money with your spouse is super important. Communicate! Just communicate, especially about money! A lot of issues come from not communicating … Read moreMoney Date – the Importance of Talking to your Spouse
Ever wondered to yourself “How does it come I can’t get myself to commit to develop a new habit”? I’ve been in that place too. Even though I’m usually a very intense person, I sometimes slack off. Today we’re going to look at how you can develop a new habit, by doing something very unsustainable … Read moreDevelop a New Habit: Do Something Unsustainable