What should one do after selling a company? Besides growing out your Al Gore beard, of course.
Always feel like you don’t have enough time in the week? Well, guess whose fault that is: your old pal Math.
If you bought mutual funds from your bank, you’re probably paying more in fees that you realize. And you don’t need to.
If TV can take the summer off, so can I.
I’m trying some dietary changes using feelings, not rules.
Before I accept that a day is a write-off, I have a checklist to go through. If I do them all and I still don’t feet energized, then I know it’s okay to wait until tomorrow.
There’s great motivation to be found in doing something regularly without interruption. But is that a good thing?
After three-quarters of a year, my Beetle is even harder to understand than before.
I pushed myself to the limit and then came to an abrupt halt. And then the world went dark and I sat in a pile of ants. Story of a bike ride gone bad.
A recurring monthly charge of $10 takes a shocking amount of time off of your retirement.
A look back on the company, the myth, the legend. And what it feels like to sell your (figurative) baby.
Why does adding the suffix -bag make something worse? Bags are great!