Wealth is like a dream to working class people. And what do we do upon waking up from a dream? We forget. Make excuses. We settle. Hell, some of us win the lottery, spin around, and lose it all. That’s the problem. Wealth viewed as a goal. It’s a mindset and a life journey of which money is only
When you’re looking to be friendlier to the environment, you may be worried about how you can go green without wrecking your budget. After all, disposable cups, plates, straws, and other non-recyclable materials are often cheaper than their eco-friendly counterparts. Fortunately, you can set yourself in the right direction toward reducing your carbon footprint without spending more than you can afford. Here are a few simple ways you can be more eco-friendly every day without breaking the bank.
When you’re looking to change careers, getting started in a new field is intimidating. You don’t have the same experience as others who have been working in the industries you’re interested in, and you may not have the financial means to go back to college. Fortunately, there are some careers that are high-paying and not too difficult to shift into if you’ve been looking to change up your game at work. Here are five jobs that are high-paying and great for career changers looking to spice up their wages and job security.
Did you know that most of the money in the world is intangible? Most of the money in the world exists only in digital ledgers and/or is created through interest and debt generation. Technically, there is about $80 trillion in the world. Only about $37 trillion is, “tangible,” in the form of coins and bills. If you count cryptocurrencies, derivatives,
I am still working on becoming financially independent, a phrase you may better understand as being, “rich.” One thing that I have learned is that time is a lot more valuable than money. You can spend a lifetime wishing to become rich instead of doing it. Worse, you can spend a lifetime mismanaging your time in a well-meaning but misguided
Looking for a job after college was hard before but now, with the COVID-19 pandemic leaving millions of Americans out of work, it might feel downright impossible. In 2016, the Washington D.C. metro area was the third best city for tech, but since the pandemic, there are 271,000 fewer jobs in the area than there were in June 2019.