I've talked about setting the foundation to financial freedom by getting to know your balance sheet (net worth), cash flow (dollars in/dollars out), and your dreams. Now we're going to move on to an introduction to the second tier, and we'll spend time over the next few weeks working our way through each specific topic. … Continue reading The Pyramid to Financial Freedom – Second Tier
Like many of you, I headed back to work on Tuesday after some time off. I was totally disconnected while I was away-even though I wasn't traveling, I feel strongly that it's very important to completely disconnect and recharge every once in a while. During my time off I relaxed, worked on this blog, went … Continue reading Heading Back from Vacation and Working Your New Years Career Goals
What does a company do every single year that you use to be wealthier, healthier, happier, and overall have a better and more successful life I’ve taken the awesome Chris Guillebeau’s process (at The Art of Non-Conformity) of conducting an annual review of your life and expanded it to writing your own annual and quarterly … Continue reading Year in Review – A Chief Mom Officers Annual Report
Ah, time off. It’s that time of the year when the office starts emptying, as folks start to use up the rest of their vacation time. Even this past Friday I noticed the office was much quieter than usual, and I expect this week to be even worse. Many people take the last two weeks, … Continue reading Preparing for Time Off Work – A Handy Checklist
I was reading a post over on Bogleheads the other day about someone who had just received their first set of golden handcuffs in the form of Restricted Stock Units, or RSU's for short. In that post people were discussing the pros and cons to selling them as they vested. I have RSU's from my … Continue reading Restricted Stock – Sell as Vested or Keep?