Life is all about the little things… because it’s all little things. Big things are made of a bunch of small things. Let’s start with the minutes in our day and then we’ll go into daily decisions.
“Money doesn’t grow on trees” is a common saying, dating back to the 1800s. We all understand the meaning as, “you don’t just get money without working for it,” and we use it to teach this to our kids. The only issue is, this phrase doesn’t explain where money comes from, it only explains where it doesn’t come from.
How many things do you own? You probably have no idea, unless you’re weird or a minimalist who can actually count them. If getting rid of 5,000 things peaks your interest, you might just be a minimalist in the making. But before we dive into what it means to be a minimalist, let’s talk about what minimalism isn’t.
There are plenty of great products out there, and there is plenty of junk. But here’s the thing: the product doesn’t always matter. New products can be a great motivation for starting new habits, but financially, the product is not always necessary.
In this video, I tell give you the 35 differences between Italy and America that I’ve noticed as an American living in Italy for the last 4 years.
One reason it’s important for your kids to start investing at a young age is risk. You may have heard that with investing you’re able to take more risks when you’re younger than when you’re older. But what does that really mean? It means more than you think.