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The First $100k is the Hardest

When it comes to building wealth, the first $100,000 is the hardest. That is, the first $100k takes the longest to earn compared to any subsequent $100k of additional net worth. Of course, we're using some assumptions - like the fact that you won't win the lottery or...

What I’m Reading: February 2020

Here are my first two book recommendations of 2020: Catch and Kill is written by the journalist who played a crucial role in breaking the story of Harvey Weinstein, a story many men in power successfully kept silent for decades. "In 2017, a routine network television...

You Have to Know Your Numbers!

You CAN Grow Your Net Worth A long-time reader recently sent me a message. In 2017 they decided to give my long-time recommendation a try and start tracking their net worth. Now, three years later, they've grown their net worth by a whopping $75,000! That's pretty...

The Best Books I Read in 2019

It's that time of year when I start to reflect on the past 12 months and compile and share some of my favorite things from the year. With that in mind, here are the best books I read in 2019! Best Non-Fiction Books   Dopesick details the opioid crisis in America and...

Start To Retire Today

Most of us wish we had more time. We might say to ourselves that when we have more time - when our jobs slow down, when the kids are out of the house, when we retire - we'll then finally be able to pursue our interests and fulfill our dreams, spending time in ways we...

Are You Blaming Work For Your Problems?

Blaming Work I follow a blogger and podcaster who goes by the name Mad Fientist. He reached Financial Independence (FI) a few years ago and writes about his experiences, sharing helpful advice, insights, and resources. He published a post recently, titled "The Best...

What I’m Reading: September 2019

I last published a "What I'm Reading" post in March, so it's time to share the best books I've read since then. As always, I appreciate your continued book recommendations.   "This is a story about an accidental activist. Bill Browder started out his adult life...

Use Your Strengths To Improve Your Finances

Use Your Strengths When it comes to improving any area of our lives, utilizing our strengths is a better approach than running into the same walls by committing to plans we don't like and aren't good at. This is particularly true where saving money and managing your...

Lucy Robeson, CFP®

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