The importance of discipline.

June 12, 2008

Quit being a wuss. Subscribe to my blog. If you haven’t read my previous article about discipline, I recommend you do as the following is part 2. I’m frustrated. I’m frustrated that people don’t care about their finances. I’m frustrated that people choose to live in ignorance. I’m frustrated that people ignore great advice. I […]

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The Cost of Muscle Mass + Health

June 9, 2008

One thing that has been on my mind lately has been the cost of gaining weight. I have been looking at my budget, trying to cut back where I can, so that I can start investing in a Roth IRA. One area in my budget that I can legitimately cut back in is my grocery […]

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Instant Gratification Hates Discipline

June 9, 2008

This article was featured in the canrival of personal finance edition #157 found here I went to visit my Aunt and Grandmother this weekend and found myself drooling over my Aunt’s new toy, a 14.2 megapixel SLR digital camera. I played around with the camera a bit this weekend and found myself justifying my need […]

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Total Money Makeover

June 5, 2008

So I bought Dave Ramsey’s book “The Total Money Makeover” and just recently finished it. If you haven’t read it and you have little knowledge of the financial world I highly recommend picking up a copy. For those that are more finance savvy, you have probably heard everything this book brings to attention. As I […]

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Parkinson’s disease and pesticide exposures – part 2.

June 4, 2008

The following is brief review of a literature review published in the British Medical Bulletin in 2006 (1). A literature review is a paper that reviews a great number of published studies on a specific topic. This review looked at published articles dealing with the topic of Parkinson’s and pesticide exposure. The review concluded that […]

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Is your savings account costing you?

June 2, 2008

This article is featured in the carnival of personal finance #156 check it out here It is not only possible that your savings account is costing you money, but it is highly likely! I searched for a while to see what percent of Americans have money in some type of high yield savings account (i.e. […]

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Maybe its time for a second job…

May 31, 2008

As I have mentioned in earlier posts my income is by no means above average. I make $40k a year and am pretty much able to cover all of my living expenses, investment/retirement accounts, and have a little bit of pocket change left to play with at the end of each month. I currently max […]

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