As a part of the redesign of this site, I merged in the journal of my brief teaching career, which was originally a separate website. It’s my most significant writing project to date. Here it is, prefaced by a retrospective I just wrote:
Month: January 2019
Book review: The Index Card
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TL;DR: If you are starting from zero background and want to work on your personal finance situation, The Index Card is a fantastic place to start.
Mission accomplished (Our financial planning voyage — Part 3)
As has happened before in this process, after making a bunch of progress, I dropped the ball for a couple months. I don’t recommend doing that. It’s tough getting the momentum back. But if you’re like me and you’re allergic to just finishing things, all you can do is pick yourself up and gin up the motivation to get things moving forward again.Continue reading “Mission accomplished (Our financial planning voyage — Part 3)”