As a foodie, who’s also striving for financial independence, I live in a state of perpetual ambivalence. How exactly can one afford to eat out at Michelin Star restaurants while trying to save up for retirement? Well the journey to financial independence is a balance between money and enjoyment. Hence, to enjoy the things you … Read moreBudgeting for Michelin Star Restaurants in DC
As college students begin receiving job offers for graduation in Spring, many of them have no experience in negotiating salary. I want to stress the importance of negotiating salary and its impacts on your financial future. And especially with the economy the way it is today, getting an interview is a blessing for many. Although … Read moreNot Negotiating Your Salary Could Cost You $210,017
Now how bold am I to title my post “How Much To Tip Your Waiter”. This implies that many of you out there don’t know how to tip your servers. Of course there’s no wrong way to tip and the amount of tip you leave is extremely subjective based on each individual’s experience as well … Read moreYou’re Probably Tipping Your Waiter Incorrectly
When you get your paycheck and it says that your annual salary is $50,000, and it doesn’t feel that way. Do you ever ask yourself How much do I make per hour? Or if you’re already working a wage job and it says you’re making $20/hr. But somehow you’re just scraping by and can barely … Read moreHow Much Do I Make Per Hour?
Many disciples of personal finance fall stray into the trap of numbers. When planning out the cheapest path for a purchase or adventure, many tend to dwell on the numbers alone. And as a result, come to a conclusion, based off the numbers alone. There is a qualitative side of personal finance. What they fail … Read moreThe Qualitative Side of Personal Finance