Retirement

July 20, 2014

Quit being a wuss. Subscribe to my blog. Hope you enjoy a guest post today from none other than my better half, Girl Ninja.  As of June 13th, 2014, I am officially retired…and it feels so good.  I spent all nine months of my pregnancy looking forward to the days I get to spend at home […]

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Do your work benefits rock?

July 14, 2014

With the arrival of Baby Ninja in the rear view mirror, Girl Ninja and I are starting to receive a hefty amount of mail from my insurance company. All the hospital visits, the labor and delivery, the lactation consultations, the pediatric appointments, and medications; are looking for their cut of pie. Every time I check the […]

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No easy way around extra paychecks

July 10, 2014

For those of us that get paid every two weeks, we face a battle of epic proportions. Managing a budget is no easy task, especially when all months AREN’T created equal. Ten months a year we might bring home $4,000, but two months of the year we bring home $6,000. Why must such cruel things […]

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Markets at an all time high? Jump in.

July 6, 2014

I’ve been doing a lot of blogging lately about real estate and the stock market. The last two years have been insane for both markets. Epic and unsustainable are some of the adjectives that come to mind for the recent  gains. The general consensus amongst PF nerds is that one should strive to buy low and sell high. […]

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Meet baby ninja

June 25, 2014

He’s 8lbs even and a lady killer. We love him… even if he kinda looks like an alien

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Today I become a dad

June 23, 2014

And this is the only picture I could find to summarize how I feel about that.     Wish me and Girl Ninja luck

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Analysis Paralysis

June 22, 2014

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 around 40,000 different products. So what’s the deal?  Costco understands psychology and analysis paralysis. If you’re like […]

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