Not me! I took this photo at a local bike race. Another month has gone by – wow! Well, as I do every month, I want to go through my spending and also just kind of highlight my life for the month. I’ve been doing a ton of mountain biking. For some reason, it always takes me awhile to remember that mountain biking is a fun thing and that I should do it more. I […]
It was only after my break-up that warnings I’d downplayed from my family came sharply into focus. They knew early on that he wasn’t the right person for me. I discovered this too late. What I’m most upset about is the robbery of time. Life is measured in moments, and I was caught in the […] The post How My Post-Breakup “Revenge Savings Plan” Saved Me $62,000 appeared first on The Financial Diet.
What is socially responsible investing? Is it profitable for the investor? This guide explores everything there’s to know about socially responsible investing. Socially responsible investing is an approach that most investors are now embracing. In fact, according to a survey conducted in 2019 by Morgan Stanley, 85% of individual investors showed interest in sustainable investing, which was an increase from 75% in 2017. This approach has evolved as a thematic mechanism to investing to accommodate […]
It’s hard to believe that the last time I stepped foot on the plane was more than a year ago. Considering that I spent 147.03 hours flying (over 6 days!) in 2019, it is weird … Read more
Your betrothed heart is going pitter-patter, and your bridal face is flushed. You look at your fiancé, and he too, seems to be a bundle of nerves. No, we’re not talking about the normally anticipated (and healthy) emotions that come with tying the knot, but the other kind of pre-wedding jitters — the one that… continue reading » The post Personal Financial Planning Tips For A Smooth Wedding appeared first on Money Journey Today.