The First Hurdle: Figuring Out Your Why in a Financial Plan

Up to this point, I've written about the importance of having some kind of financial plan, but I haven't really gone into how to start and maintain one. I think, at least, part of that is the fact that it took me a long time to figure out how to implement my own plan. Yes, … Continue reading The First Hurdle: Figuring Out Your Why in a Financial Plan

Windfall Plan

It seems that Emergency Funds get all the press when it comes to unexpected money events. It makes sense, I guess. Most of us probably feel that bad things are more likely to happen in our financial lives than good. Not to mention that a few psychological studies show that we tend to twice as … Continue reading Windfall Plan

Money and Photography: Stacking Your Goals

As I continued to learn about photography, I came across an interesting technique called "image stacking." Image stacking is when a photographer takes several photos of the same scene or subject. The photographer mounts his camera on a tripod to make sure that each photo is taken from the exact same spot. Once the images … Continue reading Money and Photography: Stacking Your Goals