Say Goodbye to Scarcity: How to End the Hoarding Mentality

Why is it the things we want to be empty are always full? Case in point: laundry baskets and trash cans. Meanwhile, the things we want to be full are habitually empty. Case in point: refrigerators, pantries, toilet paper rolls, paper towel rolls, and to round off the list, gasoline Continue Reading

Marginal Gains or Losses: How To Flip Your Spending Habits

The financial independence community introduced me to the concept of marginal gains – but they garnered the idea from cycling coach Dave Brailsford who believed that if you could improve every aspect of your cycling by just 1% over your competition, you would have a winning advantage. Translated into money-speak, Continue Reading