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My First Job – Shooting Chickens Out of a Gun

My First Job – Shooting Chickens Out of a Gun

Yep, you read that correctly. My first job was shooting chickens out of a gun. Not shooting chickens with a gun. Because my first job was so unordinary (the stuff of urban legends), it made me think, How important is your first job? It may […]

What Have I Gotten Myself Into? An Assessment of My First Month Blogging

What Have I Gotten Myself Into? An Assessment of My First Month Blogging

I’ve noticed personal finance bloggers generally fall into 3 categories: 1) Stay-at-home moms 2) Engineers 3) Frugal millennials Since I can check off 2 of those boxes, I thought blogging would be easy. I was wrong. I have an undergrad degree in Aerospace Engineering and […]

Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda – The Tales of Selling Company Stock

Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda – The Tales of Selling Company Stock

Coulda, woulda, shoulda – the lament of anyone who has ever sold stock too soon or held stock too long. This rings especially true when talking about stock in the company for which you work. The issue of When to Sell our company stock has […]


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