Cheap Eats: Authentic Burritos

“Cheap Eats” is my post-series on cheap restaurants and prepared food options in New York. I recommend cooking your own food most of the time, but every once in a while it is nice to indulge

Guest Post: Living in NYC Case Study

I have been yapping on this blog for over a year now. So when Stephen, a reader and relatively recent NYC transplant contacted me to say he enjoyed reading the site, I had an

The Money Guide (2014 in Review)

When I started this blog, I had a good idea of what I wanted to build. I wanted to create an archive of content that, when put all together, created a plan to live

Track Your Goals with FollowUpThen.com

Happy December everyone. Merry Christmas to everyone who celebrates it. This will be my last post of the year. I will be traveling to visit family, so I am taking a very brief break

Rent a Car for Dirt Cheap in NYC

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. Living in NYC and not having to own a car is a DREAM! I have no time for bringing my car into the shop, paying

Monthly Update – November, 2014

In this update: stocks look good, no change in real estate, my LendingClub.com monthly update, I wasted some money this month, and the only Christmas song I actually like. November was good for stock

Turnkey Real Estate Investing: Closing & Next Steps

Property #2 has certainly been a journey, hasn’t it. It goes to show, if you want COMPLETELY passive investment into the real estate market, go with REITs. However, if you are willing to put

What Early Retirement Will Look Like

As I remain focused on my goal to save money, invest it safely, and “retire” early. I often come across people who have unwavering opinions about the whole financial independence and early retirement mindset.

Cheap Eats: Lychee Pork

“Cheap Eats” is my post-series on cheap restaurants and prepared food options in New York. I recommend cooking your own food most of the time, but every once in a while it is nice to indulge

7 DIY Gifts that Don’t Suck

You all know that I am a fan of experiential gifts. However, I didn’t want to leave people who are into physical gifts hanging this holiday season. When you think about a DIY gift,