• M1

    My Thoughts on M1 Finance

    [This article about M1 Finance may contain affiliate links at no cost to you] I recently opened an M1 Finance account. I mentioned it in one of my portfolio updates but I think it’s time to talk about it in more detail because I’m enjoying what the platform offers. There’s a lot of new automated investing platforms like M1. These seem to be the rage these days as people search for an easy, cost effective way to invest. I’ve been on the verge of trying one of these but always stepped because because of one reason or another. As an investor, I had a list of things I wanted my…

  • 2019 Survey Junkie Review – Can You Earn Money Online with Surveys?

    This Survey Junkie review may contain affiliate links for which I receive a commission at no cost to you. I only recommend products I use and trust. Please read my disclosure for more detail. There are plenty of possible ways to make money online. One question I always ask myself are whether any of these are legit or a scam. Is it actually possible to make money using these websites or they all a waste of time? I had the same question when I started using Survey Junkie recently. I decided to put the website to the test to see if I could actually make any real money. In order…

  • Sunday Keto Pantry : Keto Pasta, Broccoli Chips and Cheese Crisps

    [This article about keto pasta may contain affiliate links for which I receive a commission at no cost to you. I only recommend products I use and trust. Please read my disclosure for more detail.] I’m a keto guy. I like the diet and the main reason is that it makes me feel good. It’s not just about weigh loss for me although the diet does work for that. On top of that, I actually think the diet is pretty easy to follow. However, part of that is because I was never a big sweets guy so cutting our carbs wasn’t a huge deal for me. Still, despite how I…

  • Time in the Market’s book club – Deep Value and The Millionaire Next Door

    Finance books are COOL Finance books are on the menu! Deep Value and The Millionaire Next Door are the first books in my book club! Finance is the topic at hand and will likely be for the foreseeable future. I read a good amount of books about investing. My problem is that don’t have many people who would be interested in hearing what I think of them. There’s where you come in gang! Hopefully we can get a discussion started on some of these books. Every now and then I’ll drop a post here about the things I’ve read. Maybe these thoughts will help you in your investing journey or…

  • OverDrive – the frugal reader’s best friend

    I like to read. It’s fun, it’s good for your mind. I feel like it’s also one of the best ways to improve your investing results. Through reading, you can learn from the best. You can find different investing styles, and see what has worked for people in the past while becoming more aware of the history of the market. There are many benefits to reading from an investing stand point. However, it’s also an awesome way to entertain and improve yourself. Plus people who read are super cool. The best part about this is that it all can be free. All you need is a library card and you…