What I’m Reading #4

What I’m Reading #4

Welcome back to What I’m Reading! It’s been a few weeks since I posted my last one. I would have posted while I was on vacation, but decided that I would much rather enjoy it and not worry about running Zero Day Finance. If you aren’t already yet, you should subscribe to my mailing list. I’ve developed an extremely useful budgeting spreadsheet that will help you track your spending, as well as automatically track Zero Days, show how your expenses affect your bottom line, and whether or not you are achieving your goals. This will be released within the next week. Without further ado, here are this week’s blog posts that I’ve been reading!

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Posted by David in Blogging, Investing, Lifestyle, Saving, 8 comments
Vacation And Reflections

Vacation And Reflections

Welcome back to Zero Day Finance! I’ve been pretty MIA for the past 2 weeks because I was extremely lucky, and went on a cruise of the Mediterranean with my fiancee’s family. This was my first time in Europe, first flight longer than 5 hours, first real airplane meal, and my first cruise. It was an incredible experience that I’ll never forget. While traveling, I encountered people significantly different than myself, and I got to see how they lived. I was definitely hit with some culture shock, and reminded of how very lucky that I am.

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Posted by David in Blogging, Lifestyle, 6 comments
Zero Day Finance May 2017 Update

Zero Day Finance May 2017 Update

Hello everyone, my May update post is coming a little late because I just got back from vacation! If you haven’t checked out the Zero Day Challenge, give it a quick read. Basically I track my daily spending and gamify savings by counting how many “zero days” I accumulate during the month. The more zero days, the better! I’m also going to include a little more general Zero Day Finance information in these posts. Overall, May was awesome and I can’t wait for June! If you want a TLDR of my finances, check out my Net Worth page for a quick sneak peek.

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Posted by David in Zero Day Challenge Update, 12 comments
Workforce Racism Sucks

Workforce Racism Sucks

The modern workplace is much better than it was in the past. A long time ago, children under the age of 10 had factory jobs and crawled through small spaces inside machinery to fix them. Employers would lock employees in hot factories that were susceptible to fire. People commonly worked 12 hour days, 6 days a week. Asbestos was and still is fairly common in many buildings. Getting paid the correct amount on time was a luxury. Many things have improved, but if you are a minority, you still deal with many problems that we just shouldn’t have to deal with anymore. As a heads up, there is some offensive language, including racial slurs in this post. If this offends you, feel free to contact me and I can send you a version with this content removed.

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Posted by David in Employment, Lifestyle, 18 comments
What I’m Reading #3

What I’m Reading #3

Welcome to the third installment of What I’m Reading! This is where I cover the blog posts that I’ve found particularly interesting, informative, or just plain awesome. I do my best to read as many blogs as I can throughout the week, so this really covers a lot of breadth. As a general announcement, I am switching to a new posting schedule! I will post new content on Monday and Thursday, with a What I’m Reading over the weekend (preferably Saturday). However, I probably won’t be following this schedule because I’m going on vacation next week. Without further ado, happy reading!

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Posted by David in Blogging, Budgeting, Credit, Employment, Goals, 11 comments

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