about me

At the end of each calendar year I review our financials, update my Excel spreadsheet, and calculate just how much Girl Ninja and I were able to increase our net worth (NW) by. We started 2014 with a NW of $234,000, and ended with a NW of $288,000. In other words, we improved our financial position by […]

When did that happen?

October 21, 2014 · 11 comments

Sometimes I think to myself “I can’t believe I’m a grown up!”. I don’t feel old. I don’t look old, and I sure as h-e-double-hockey-sticks don’t act old. I use to think “old” was an age, but I’m quickly learning it’s a lifestyle. I remember being bored to death when my parents would watch political […]

Spent the weekend with Girl Ninja and my family at the Veronica Mars movie premier in Austin, Texas this weekend. It was a quick trip, 36 hours in total, and a ton of fun. Here’s a pic of Girl Ninja and I on the red carpet…. Three years ago I wrote a post titled “The […]

Ninja in a nutshell.

February 26, 2014 · 11 comments

It’s time to update my About Me page again. A lot has changed over the last three years and it only makes sense to make sure Punch Debt In The Face readers know a little about the author behind the blog. Without further ado, Me… Why did you name your website Punch Debt In The […]

It’s about time. I finally was able to get our Europe pictures uploaded to my computer, which means you will be taking a walk down memory lane with me today. I’m no Rick Steve’s (look him up if you don’t know who he is), but I’ll do my best to give you my honest thoughts […]

Just came across this gem. It’s an interview I did at FinCon, the financial bloggers conference, in Denver last September. If you want to know what I sound like go ahead and give it a watch 😉   p.s. I didn’t realize how annoyingly I chew my gum. My apologies.

As our savings account continues to grow, I’ve been doing a lot of reflecting. How are Girl Ninja and I quickly approaching a $200,000 net worth at 25 and 27 years old? What’s the magic trick? How can I package our story up in to a $10 e-book called “Punch Being Poor In The Face” […]