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Working for Yourself: The Good and Bad

I love being self-employed; my lack of commute, ability to travel, and the fact that I get to do something I enjoy make it all worthwhile. That said, the irregular income, the pain of estimated quarterly taxes, and the struggle to keep myself on task are certainly downsides that need to be considered.

Get Started Vlogging: Tips From Someone Doing the Same

Hopefully this guide to everything I’ve learned so far will aid you as you try to navigate the world of vlogging along with me. Just remember that, while quality video, audio, and editing are important, content is king, so do good work.

Welcome to Money at 30

“Financial independence” — doesn’t it just sound wonderful? In the technical sense, that phrase specifically refers to one’s ability to cover their expenses exclusively through income generated by their assets… or, in layman’s terms: they don’t have to work. That’s all well and good, but I don’t believe a phrase as genuinely inspiring as “financial independence” should be that severely limited.