Experiencing The Revelation That Will Make You Rich

In my glorious “return to blogging” article, I mentioned that I had experienced some things during my hiatus that changed my outlook not just on money, but life as I know it.

Experiencing The Revelation That Will Make You Rich

The first and biggest “financial awakening” in my life came after reading Rich Dad Poor Dad. It truly opened my eyes to what I really wanted for my life and I highly recommend it to everyone I come in contact with.

I have had a few subsequent revelations since then. They usually happen during a completely random moment, which makes the time of their happening hard to pinpoint.

All I can remember is waking up one day and thinking, “since when did I believe that?”

Find Your Way In The Labyrinth Of Life

Today I sat down to write a post on an unrelated topic. No more than 1 minute after I created a new document, I heard news that one of my wife’s best friends husband had left her and their three small children.

Find Your Way In The Labyrinth Of Life

After doing some traveling, my wife and I have loosely talked about moving out of state, but the relationships we have here are what keep us grounded. With that said, the message I got from my wife included, “I know why I’m here…pray hard”.

We all get caught up in day to day life, and it usually takes something drastic to make us step back and take a look at where we are, how we got there, and the reasons behind what we do.

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3 Examples Of When Not To Buy A House

With house prices and interest rates so low, it’s almost a dumb idea not to buy a house in the near future. If you can fit it into your budget and still allow yourself some room to save, it can be a good investment for you and your family.

3 Examples Of When Not To Buy A House

Not only do you get to experience the benefits of home ownership like tax breaks, not sharing walls with loud and smelly neighbors, and having more space to live and play, but the value of your home is almost guaranteed to increase if you own it long enough.

Also, if you are able to get a million dollar house for $50, then it’s probably worth it.

There are times, however, when buying a home can be a bad choice. It all comes down to whether or not you can really afford it.

Now Open For Guest Posting

I have a couple articles coming down the pipe, including 3 Examples Of When Not To Buy A House, but I also wanted to let all of you know that we are always open and accepting guest posts.

There are multiple benefits to writing guest posts for The Best Money Blog, so be sure to see how you can share your stories and experiences and gain some exposure here.

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My Life List

I can draw a lot of similarities between J. Money over at Budgets Are Sexy and myself including level of income, monthly expenses, level of sexiness, etc. That’s why when I saw the life list of things he wants to accomplish, I was reminded of my own.

My Life List

I feel accountable to complete tasks once I tell other people that I will, so I’m hoping that by keeping a running list here, it will spur me on to do more than just blindly save and make money.

We often make goals for the next week, month, or year, but rarely take the time to write out our goals for the rest of our lives.

Below are just a few of the things I would like to accomplish in my short time on earth.

Guess Who’s Back?

See that precious puppy? That was me, and I don’t mean that I was full after a double helping of Kibbles N’ Bits.

I was burned out. That’s all I can say.

Guess Who's Back?

Trying to keep up with TBMB (The Best Money Blog, not a misspelling of TMNT [Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles]) and everything else in my life was just too much.

I have somewhat been able to take a break and get my head on straight, and now I’m ready for more.

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