Last week I accused my fellow millennials of not preparing for their financial future. But pointing fingers is easy. So this week, we'll do something about it. In fact, I have been doing something about it for quite some time.
I started investing 25%+ of my monthly income in January 2015, and … Continue reading
“You are all a ‘génération perdue!’,” the garage owner shouted at the young mechanic, who couldn’t fix Gertrude Stein’s car fast enough.
“That is what you are. That’s what you all are … all of you young people who served in the war. You are a lost generation.”
Stein … Continue reading
I'm a writer. As such, I've always written to the best of my ability and with the purest of intentions. You might think that's the most natural thing in the world, but just recently I learned that many writers don't consider these two items - which are really just the right thing to do - part of … Continue reading
Last June I bought a Garmin Vivosmart HR activity tracker, primarily for two reasons:
My daily step count is visually present to me at all times, which makes me more likely to get those 10,000 steps.
If I sit for longer than an hour, it vibrates and nags me to get up and move. Since … Continue reading
I like to do the opposite of what everyone else is doing. It started in 2014. When everyone else was finishing their theses, I "procrastinated" with an internship. While all my friends optimized their resumé, I started a blog. Whereas most people would long have published a book, here I am, … Continue reading