I recently talked to Tanja from Our Next Life about feminism and being a male ally for the Fairer Cents podcast. The episode will go live on Wednesday (2/6/19) and you will be able to download it from the Fairer Cents feed on your favorite podcast platform. (But then, why aren’t you already subscribed?)
One of the questions that Tanja asked was about the negative consequences for men that speak up on behalf of women. This is a fair question and there are certainly negative consequences and risks to putting yourself out on a limb.
But today I want to put a bit of a different spin on that. Today I want to talk about the positive consequences of speaking out. Continue reading “Advocating for Women Has Helped My Career”
2018 was an experimental year for the blog. We spent each month exploring a different theme along the path to living a better life.
It was an informative and helpful project for me and I hope it was for you as well. I’m proud of the content I created.
I was able to (mostly) keep up with a twice a week schedule despite adding a newborn in January and a new job in August. This project helped me keep a focus on self-improvement at a time when it would have been easy to let go.
But with the end of 2018 and this experiment, it’s time to decide what’s next.
Continue reading “What’s Next?”
Today we’re continuing our recap of 2018 by reviewing what we learned in September.
We had already made a few jaunts into happiness by this point. We learned about the science of happiness, the intersection of money and happiness, and the philosophy of happiness.
In September we built on this base by exploring how our relationships impact our happiness. Continue reading “Happiness is Other People”
Of the first seven months of the year, only two dealt with money. In February we learned about the basics of personal finance and in May we dove into the intersection of money and happiness.
The rest of the year had been spent on topics like life planning, productivity and time management, health, the science of happiness, and the philosophy of happiness.
In August we made our triumphant return to money with an exploration of investing and economics. Continue reading “Introduction to Investing and Economics”
We’ve already reviewed a couple of months focused on happiness.
First, we looked at the science of happiness. Then we dove into the intersection of money and happiness.
Both of these journeys took us deep into the world of studies and statistics. But not all of happiness can be summed up in numbers.
While I tend to favor statistics and studies, sometimes it is worth venturing into more abstract territory. That is what we did in July when we explored happiness through the lens of philosophy. Continue reading “The Philosophy of Happiness”
We’ve spent the last few weeks reviewing what we’ve learned around these parts in 2018.
We started with some big picture lessons on life planning, personal finance basics, and time management and productivity. Then we went into happiness and the intersection of money and happiness.
June was an exploration into how to live a healthier life. It was also a bit different from our other topics. Continue reading “How to Get Healthier”
Our year end recap continues today with the articles published in May.
After learning about life planning, personal finance basics, and time management and productivity, we started exploring the world of happiness.
Following our introduction to happiness in April, we went on to spend the month of May diving into the intersection of money and happiness. Continue reading “How to Buy Happiness”
For the last couple weeks we’ve been revisiting the themes that we’ve spent 2018 exploring.
We have already reviewed what we learned about life planning, personal finance basics, and time management and productivity.
Today we’re getting into the good stuff. Today we learn about happiness. Continue reading “How to Be Happier”
Around these parts we’ve spent each month of 2018 exploring a different topic for self-improvement.
As we approach the end of 2018, we’re spending the last several weeks of the year reviewing what we’ve learned.
We’ve already recapped our January deep dive on life planning and our February explanation of personal finance basics. The next subjects we dove into were time management and productivity. Continue reading “Managing Your Time”
Today we’re continuing the journey we started last week traveling through the different subjects that we’ve covered this year.
Last week we took a big picture look at life planning, which was our topic for January.
Today, we’re diving into our February research, which was on personal finance basics. Continue reading “Personal Finance 101”