I've never been one for New Year's resolutions, per se. Over the last few years, I have gotten better at setting goals; my goals just rarely occur around January 1. My process is more of an ongoing series of minor adjustments. When 2020 rolled around, I had gotten my financial situation to a pretty nice … Continue reading 2021: Recycled Resolutions?
In my last post, I wrote about ways to set some long and short-term goals for what you want your life to look like. Now, it's time to put some numbers into getting there. Of course, we'll also need to start prioritizing our goals along the way, since most of us have a finite supply … Continue reading Where Do You WANT Your Money to Go?
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
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