Ask a majority of your friends as to why they use Facebook and they will most likely state that it’s to “stay connected” with others, to which I raise the red flag. If “staying connected” was the only objective, then we wouldn’t see the frequent postings by all of our friends that are more so on [...]
I haven’t blogged in quite some time. I tend to think it’s a good thing, though.
I usually blog when I want to get things off my chest because of the therapeutic nature of writing and releasing, but it seems that in the words of Lil Wayne, “I ain’t got no worries.” It’s a hell of a feeling.
1. Don’t use any Exchange/Cambio stations, especially in airports, to pull cash out of your accounts; Use ATMS. When I last visited Punta Cana, I was certain that I learned the only financial lesson that I needed to know–that I should never convert my American dollars into Pesos unless I was prepared to spend it [...]
Consider the following thread between “Lily” and “Mike.”
If American society ever evolves to where women are paid equal pay for equal work then you will see a lot more women living happily single. For so many being with a man is about nothing more than survival otherwise they’d not be with him at [...]
I’m not going to lie. As a single man, almost all of the conversations that I initiate with females have an underlying agenda to have sex with them—initially. It’s my biological calling and I have no shame in admitting it. Some would argue that I objectify women by having such an attitude. To that I’d [...]
I haven’t written a blog post is quite some time. I’ve been preoccupied in “other endeavors.” But, I have been thinking as always. So, instead of taking the time to write, I figured I’d add a video to my YouTube channel, embedded here. I’d love to read your thoughts in [...]
What is success? Think about it. How have you come to conceptualize the idea of success? There are many definitions, but most people in the U.S. attribute it to the attainment of wealth. This is the most common idea because this is what is fed to our from a young age. I experienced this [...]
Do you remember that car loan that I acquired last year in May in order to purchase my 2008 Acura TL? If not, it was a 72 month car loan at 1.95% for $20,900. I wrote about the entire decision on why I chose this car and loan in a four-part post (
“Study what interest you the most in the most undisciplined, irreverent, and original manner possible.” — Richard Feymann
I haven’t written anything on the blog for a while because, quite frankly, I haven’t made the time. Instead, I’ve been studying Spanish like crazy. There are two reasons for this.
If you remember, last year, when [...]
Disclaimer: This is an example of a First World Problem. Extreme savers in the blogging community, and even myself, proud themselves on their savings rate. When you earn more than the average American, which is about $45,000, it’s no wonder why we can have a high savings rate. In other words, no shit; that someone can save [...]
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