Investing

I’ve blogged many a times over the years about my Roth IRA and the quasi-obsession I have with making sure I always max it out. Since I love my Roth so much, you would think I would be just as eager to open one up for Girl Ninja. Not so much the case. Homegirl ain’t got […]

I’m including a unicorn in every NW update from now on Is it November already? Seriously. when did that happen? I swear Y2K was just last week. We did something exciting last week and opened up a new account (see below for more details), but other than that October was a terribly boring month for […]

Brace yourselves. Another blog post about MANteresting. Over the last six months we have had one specific individual reach out to us multiple times. He wants to join the team and has expressed interest in growing our site and giving us money to help make that happen. Jesse and I have always politely declined his […]

The paradox of choice.

September 10, 2012 · 35 comments

If you live in The States you’ve probably been to Costco. While the store is practically busting at the seams with stuff, Costco typically only carries about 4,000 unique products behind its walls. Your much smaller local grocery store, however, carries ten times that amount. So what’s the deal?  Costco understands psychology and the paradox of […]

YODO

July 26, 2012 · 30 comments

So I was reading – yes contrary to popular belief I know how to read – my good friend J. Money’s blog the other day and came across a guest post on there from another friend, Paula Pant. The article was titled “Saving 50% of our income“. If you couldn’t guess by the title, Paula […]

You know that famous saying “the road to hell is paved with good intentions”? Well I’m kinda realizing that the Ninja household is kinda guilty of having a few too many “good intentions.” Exhibit A: Living off my income.  The plan when the stork drops a few babies off at our front door (that’s how it […]

As most of you know, my business partner Jesse and I launched a visual bookmarking website for guys, MANteresting, back in February. Aside from a few casual references sprinkled throughout some recent blog posts, I haven’t really talked much about it. Today I thought I’d give you a little insight in to how our first four […]