5 Things I Wish I Knew When I Graduated

My nephew is graduating high school this year. I was about to write in his card some uncle advice on saving money and creating a budget, but the thoughts in my head became too long winded that I ended up writing a post about it. Besides, what 18 year old is going to remember what’s written in a greeting card anyways? If he’s anything like me when I was his age, he’d just open the card, look for the cash/check/gift card and be done with it. So this one’s for you Abel, the kid that dragged me to the movies and made me watch the classic movie Sharkboy and Lava Girl when he was young. Continue reading

Extreme Saving: My Daughter’s First Car

Here is something that I bet no other parent you know that has a one year old is doing for their child – I’m already saving for my daughter’s first car as well as her wedding. WHAT?! Who does that? This guy does that.  Continue reading

My Daughter, My Muse

I am not rich. I’m not broke, either. I’m somewhere comfortably in between. This isn’t a blog about being a millionaire. It’s simply the views about fatherhood, money, and everything in between from the eyes of a new parent.

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