Two years ago, I promised Jillian from Montana Money Adventures a guest post. I finally got it done earlier this month. Eighteen months ago, I lost a weight loss bet with Mr. WoW. Part of losing meant that I had to write a guest post for his tasty, Michelin 3-star-rated, Waffles on Wednesday blog. I finally got it finished a couple of weeks ago. Better late than … [Read more...] about Better Late Than Never?
Today's guest post comes from the writer over at Getting Canned. Mr. Getting Canned is pretty good at losing jobs. He has been fired and not the good kind! When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. First of all thanks to Carl - Mr. 1500 himself, for allowing me a guest spot on this site to talk about finding happiness by disconnecting from the marketing machine. You're … [Read more...] about Guest Post: Disconnecting From The US Marketing Machine
I'm off to Greece! As you read this, I may very well be on a plane on the way to Chautauqua! While I'm globetrotting, enjoy a guest post that actually contains something useful. You don't get a lot of that here on 1500 Days... The Difference Between APR and APY APR and APY can be easily confused. They have some similarities but also have some differences. APR stands for … [Read more...] about Guest Post: APR Versus APY
While I'm tagging along with my wife at Podcast Movement in Philadelphia, enjoy this guest post from my friend Eric Bowlin. Like a lot of concepts, serial entrepreneurship might sound amazing at first. But, as you grow as a person, you begin to realize that it takes a lot of energy to grow and develop anything that is worth having. Anecdotally, it seems that if you ask a … [Read more...] about Serial Entrepreneurs Are Kind of Like Bad Boyfriends
Today's guest post from G. Brian Davis is a continuation of yesterday's. If you haven't yet, make sure you read Part 1. In Part 1 of this two-part series, we looked at the 4% Rule and how rental properties can generate more income from a smaller nest egg. Not convinced that real estate returns can rival equities? Consider a joint study by several US and German … [Read more...] about Real Estate FIRE Escape, Part II: Diversifying Your Income Streams