Fallout, and Other Excuses for Video Game Addiction

Hundreds of hours in you think it’s fun; it’s really addiction. When I first downloaded Fallout Shelter for my iPhone 7, I played it almost two days straight. I was obsessed with getting out of the initial crawl, where food and water were scarce, the lights occasionally went out, and people could barely last minutes […]

If You Have to Use Social Media (You Don’t), Only Use It to Post Links

I’m about halfway through Jaron Lanier’s book, Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now, and much of it is like a breath a fresh air, like seeing someone articulate what you’ve been feeling intuitively for years. That’s not to say there isn’t a lot of insights or new information; the guy helped […]

The Wealth of Frugality: A Pathway Out of Poverty

Index Introduction Part One: Stuff Part Two: Money and Investing Part Three: A Change in Thinking Part Four: Solutions At work, we talk. We complain about money. We don’t make a lot. We aren’t financially wealthy. We worry about transportation and rent and hey, do I have enough left over for groceries? Every moment is […]