Investing

Keeping it simple today because we had a crazy night yesterday (we had 20 high school freshmen over for an epic game night). Let’s jump right in to it shall we? I’ve always believed investing should be kept simple. In fact, I probably keep things too simple. Since I am young, I have chosen to […]

Financial Priorities.

October 6, 2011 · 41 comments

First things first, apparently I’m a little late to the game, but I made a Facebook fan page last night for Punch Debt In The Face (See the new widget in the sidebar on the right?). I don’t really get why that’s better than my Facebook profile page, but for some reason people tell me […]

It’s homecoming week here for the local high school. I don’t know if your school was like mine, but during homecoming week each school day had a theme. One day you’d wear school colors, another a funny hat, or a costume, or my personal favorite….matching day. I’d always dress up to match my best friend….who […]

  Although I make a decent second income from PDITF, it’s not nearly as life changing as it could be. If I really wanted to make money blogging I would start SEOing the bajeezus out of my posts and spamming you with credit card offers. But since I like you guys too darn much, I […]

Are you emotional?

August 4, 2011 · 24 comments

Yesterday the Dow dropped more than 500 points, nearly five percent. Girl Ninja and I lost around $2,000 as a result. When I told her the tragic news she asked if I was really sad/mad about it. Do I like losing money? Heck no techno, but that’s what I signed up for when I decided […]

Ninja answers.

June 21, 2011 · 15 comments

Got an email from a lost soul yesterday and I thought we could help put her on the path to eternal riches. Check it… Hi! I’m a long-time reader of your blog. I want to start a retirement account for myself. I’m a 23 year-old, soon-to-be-married female with a full-time job. My employer does not […]

I consider myself a pretty tolerant person. I understand that others may not feel the same way I do about politics, religion, marriage, unicorns, and money. That said, I have a moral obligation to call out bad advice when I see it, and today I plan to do just that. Last week I overheard two […]