Month 2 – Progress Report

Status: Not Good August involved a lot of travel for me that I had not budgeted for. To start I went to visit my family for a week down at the Jersey Shore and then immediately jumped on a flight down to New Orleans for an annual trip with friends from college. I hadn't set… Continue reading Month 2 – Progress Report


Building Successful Habits: Visualization

Have you ever decided you wanted to start working out in the morning before work? You'll set the alarm an hour earlier and crawl out of bed for three, maybe even four days in a row. But then comes a client dinner or the weekend and you have to take a morning off. The following… Continue reading Building Successful Habits: Visualization

cheap eats, Saving

Grow Your Own Herbs

Unfortunately as New Yorkers we usually don't possess the space to grow a significant amount of our food. But just because we a short on space doesn't mean we shouldn't grow anything. I had noticed that when I bought basil, cilantro, etc that the Morton Williams by me only sold it in massive quantities that… Continue reading Grow Your Own Herbs


Work Hack: Dealing with Two Cell Phones

Hey all! I am back after a nice vacation with my family. Apologies for the lack of posts but I will be getting back into it over the next few days. While I touch up some of the other articles here is a nice little work hack I learned from my brother over the vacation.… Continue reading Work Hack: Dealing with Two Cell Phones


Travel Hacking 101

I'm often asked how I afford to take multiple vacations every year. You can tell by the tone of each person’s voice that they have already made up their opinion that I must be spending too much money and should be saving it instead. Here's the thing though, with the exception of my trip to… Continue reading Travel Hacking 101


Month One Update: Goal Tracking and Lessons Learned

If you haven't been keeping up with everything here the last month, my goal between July 1st, 2019 and June 30th, 2020 is to save $20,000. I'm now one month in and wanted to post an update on my progress as well as some of the lessons I've learned through trial and error as well… Continue reading Month One Update: Goal Tracking and Lessons Learned

Financial wellness, Productivity

Know the Value of Your Time

I've already mentioned in previous articles that time is our most valuable asset because no matter how much money we have we can't buy more time with it. Today I'd like to take a little deeper dive into how I value my time and how I use that information to help me with decision making.… Continue reading Know the Value of Your Time