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Chatterbox Charlie

September 30, 2013 · 8 comments

So I’m pretty involved with a non-profit organization called Young Life. Last night we had our first Young Life Club event of the year for the local high school we do outreach at. We had about 100 kids come out for our Country Western themed club. We square danced, played games, sung some songs, and […]

Closing on our house last month took a toll on our Net worth, as we expected it to. We’ve owned the place for two weeks now, but haven’t spent more than an hour in it. Hopefully when we return back to the states it is still standing Anyways, here is what our first net worth update […]

Breaking $200,000 was nice while it lasted, but those days are long gone now. We dropped $10,000 last month as earnest money for our house, so our savings took a hit. When we close at the end of the month, our Net Worth will take an even larger hit. But hey, I guess that’s part of […]

Little late on the net worth update this month. I guess it just kind of slipped my mind. I contemplated not doing one this month, but then I realized that would mess up my archives. I don’t necessarily post these updates for you people. Why would you care what my net worth is anyways? But instead […]

Yesterday, I went all “Who wants to be a millionaire” on you guys and asked the audience a question. It was a simple question: How has your financial situation changed over the last 12 months? Of the 333 of you that responded, 240 said things have gotten better. Only 44 readers said things have gotten […]

Well the last 30 days have been anything but normal  for the Ninja household. I don’t know if you keep up with MANteresting at all, but the media gods had favor on us last week. It started with this BuzzFeed article, which snowballed in to a few dozen more articles being written about us and […]

It’s always a good month when the stock market hits an all time high. I graduated college in May 2007, just a few short months before the economy took a dump. It sucked watching some of my first 401K and Roth IRA contributions drop significantly in value, but if you stay the course, things always seem to […]