Category Archives: Financial Advice

Exercise in Frugality or How to Speed Up Leaving the Miserable Practice of Law

As I’ve mentioned in the past, the legal profession, in my experience, is soul-sucking. So when the case under which I’ve been buried for the past several weeks did not settle at mediation on Friday as I expected it would, the futility … Continue reading

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These Boots Are Made For Walking

I used to think frugality was the same as being cheap. My mother shopped at garage sales and did not spend money on herself beyond necessities. She wasn’t into clothes, jewelry, or girly pampering. My dad, in stark contrast, was … Continue reading

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Ten More Years

I’ve posted a bit of late about financial issues and retirement. I’ve got a plan, and if I follow it, I should be able to retire within the next 10 years. That sounds terrific, but for the fact I have … Continue reading

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Bachelorettes and Car Repair

I don’t think there’s any area that causes more discomfort for women than cars. Buying them and getting them repaired. In my last post, I wrote about my self-tutelage in the area of investing and retirement planning. Of taking control … Continue reading

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How to Make the World Your Oyster

I haven’t posted in two weeks due to my new and growing obsession. I’m in the midst of a financial rebirth. Which I believe is due to a mid-life crisis. Not only did I recently turn 50 (May 2013), but … Continue reading

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