Today’s post is from my friend Erik, who runs the blog The Mastermind Within, where he writes about personal finance, self-improvement, and entrepreneurship. Erik and I have been friends for a few years now, and we actually meet up pretty regularly to bounce ideas off each other and figure out our plans to grow our […]
Hey folks! You all know that I love podcasts and without a doubt, one of my favorite new podcasts is Fire Drill Podcast with Gwen from Fiery Millennials and J from Millennial Boss. Beyond just being really entertaining and a wealth of information, what I really like about their podcast is that they really take […]
As many of you know, I’ve been a dog sitter on Rover for well over 2 years now. Its become one of my favorite side hustles in the sharing economy/gig economy. For someone who already owns a dog, setting up your own dog sitting business is pretty easy – you already have to take care […]
I recently had the pleasure to talk with Zach over at Four Pillar Freedom about all of the goofy side hustles I do and how I got started with them. When it comes to side hustles, I think I have a unique perspective because I’m not just talking about them – I’m actually out there […]
Hey everyone! Hope everyone’s having a great summer. It’s been a busy couple of weeks in the Panther household. Today, I’ve got a guest post for you from Anum Yoon who blogs over at Current on Currency. In her post, she talks a bit about the psychology that goes into investing. While I don’t recommend investing in individual stocks, her overall message works well for us index investors as well. Enjoy!
Today, we’ve got a guest post from Kayla, who writes for Listen Money Matters. It’s sometimes tough to figure out whether to focus on investing or focus on paying off debt first. When I was in my debt pay off phase, I opted to do a minimal amount of investing compared to the salary I was making. I invested around $5,500 in my first year of debt payoff, around $13,000 in my second year, and then invested around $30,000 in my final year of debt repayment. Now that I’m personally debt free, it’s nice that I can aggressively invest and still have the satisfaction of already having a decently sized investment account. In her post, Kayla shares with us some of the reasons she opted to invest, even as she’s paying off her debt.