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How I Made $300/hr as a High School Student

How I Made $300/hr as a High School Student

As I write this, I’m really telling this story to “older me”, because sadly, “older me” is more afraid to fail than younger me was. Perhaps the increased failure rate I’ve encountered as an adult has encouraged me to fail less. I need to start failing more, just like I did in college. I turned out fine, and so will you. A story in which everyone has the same chance It was senior year of high school, and the guidance…

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Get paid DAILY instead of biweekly, for FREE!

Get paid DAILY instead of biweekly, for FREE!

Have you ever wondered why you don’t get paid daily? Why do we only get paid every 2 weeks? If I work a day, my employer should pay me for that day’s work. Am I right? I shouldn’t have to wait 2 weeks to see the money that I’ve earned. Well, guess what? Now you can finally get paid DAILY. An app called Earnin’ came out and you can download the app by clicking on the buttons below.    …

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Tips on convincing your significant other to retire way earlier

Tips on convincing your significant other to retire way earlier

One of the most common questions online and in the Meetup groups I go to for FIRE-minded people is how to get their significant other on board. If you do not have a significant other, here are some online dating tips for men. Note that I’m a woman, so I have no clue how to give tips to women. The more you think about it though, the more the question is similar to “What should I get my significant other…

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Top 8 Posts of 2017

Top 8 Posts of 2017

Though this blog is a baby bird still in its nest, I still want to celebrate the wins this blog has had over the past year! So here’s a list of the top 8 posts of 2017 :). Enjoy! 1. Hustle In Your 20s To Be Financially Independent In Under 10 Years I did the math behind how much faster you could retire if you took up a side hustle. There’s a limit to how much you can save on…

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Favorite Books of 2017

Favorite Books of 2017

Compound interest grows exponentially, so why not read, to compound your knowledge? 🙂 I like to read books in the behavioral economics, finance, and personal growth department, so my books will mainly reflect that. They’re listed below unranked — just 15 of my favorite out of the 52 books I read last year. 1. Guns Germs and Steel: Jared Diamond Have you ever wondered why Europe was building multi-level stone buildings, while developed Asian countries at the time were mostly…

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