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Goodbye to My Journey to Millions

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They say that everything in life changes. Today is a great day to reflect on some of those changes.

Evan of My Journey to Millions will no longer be blogging with us at that website.

He's been blogging since August of 2008, which is a long, long time in blogging years. There's a great reflection on his post:

"Did I meet my goal of Millions? In a simple word, No. Am I close? Nope. Do I have a tremendous more money than when I started this blog? ABSOLUTELY. Hell, when I started this blog I had a negative net worth fresh out of law school, and since I started to actually track that number in 2011 I am up 200%+. I have a long journey to go but this blog gave me the accountability I needed to use as a foundation. I know it is silly but the very exercise of just adding up your assets and liabilities on a monthly basis forces you to make different decisions."

Sometimes when you pursue a goal, even if you don't accomplish it, you end up winning. And Evan clearly did here.

While this article is about saying goodbye, let's end on a happy note... Evan will continue blogging at BuildingIncome.Investments. And while I don't know how I feel about that URL, I know I'll be following him on his new journey there.

I think you should too.

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Posted on May 2, 2016.

Get a 7″ Amazon Fire for $40!

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I’m running around with dogs and kids today, so I was thinking about doing some smaller quicker posts. Of course, I want them to still be useful, so I’m going to start off on this one. This may be a today-only deal, but Amazon has a $40 Fire tablet available. Now it’s obviously not going […]

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Posted on May 2, 2016.

Working From Home

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For a couple of years, it was known that my employer would be closing my office.  Last July, I began working from home full time.  What has the experience been like? Advantages: Financial Gas / auto – I reduced my daily driving by 46 miles.  There are 260 work days in a year.  After accounting […]

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Posted on April 27, 2016.

How to Build Growing Income Streams with Dividend Growth Investing

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This is a guest contribution from Ben Reynolds at Sure Dividend. Sure Dividend uses The 8 Rules of Dividend Investing to build high quality dividend growth portfolios. Here’s a novel concept… Your investments should pay you money every year. Even better, your investments should pay you more money every year. There was a time when […]

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Income Growth, Investing

Last updated on April 25, 2016.

The End of the Lottery “Debate”

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Over the years, I’ve written about the lottery many times. Usually when it reaches a new record, the media clings on to it and the hype just snowballs. I’ve pointed out how you aren’t likely to get as much as you think and we wrongly believe we change the odds of winning. And let’s not […]

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Posted on April 25, 2016.

Solar Panels: One Year Later

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Happy Earth Day, everyone! Two years I underwent an adventure to Explore the Savings of Solar Power. We turned out to be perfect candidates and we moved forward. It took a few months to research. Then it took some time to find the right installer. After the winter was done, the installation could begin, and […]

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Posted on April 22, 2016.

A Few Things that I Think I Think

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That title is completely stolen from one of my favorite sports writers, Peter King. I haven’t done one of these in a long, long time. I blame Twitter for making it so easy to write very short thoughts such as these without having to put them in an article. However, I don’t blame Twitter too […]

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Last updated on April 20, 2016.

Planning Your Long-term Financial Objectives

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Managing your finances prudently and watching your wealth grow is one of the most fulfilling things in life. Since the beginning of the year 2016, the price of gold keeps going up and those who invested in the precious metal years back are now smiling all the way to the banks. You need to be […]

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Last updated on April 16, 2016.

My Mammoth DisneyWorld and Universal Studios Review

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Last week, I was on vacation. It was one of those vacations where I felt like I needed a vacation after the vacation. My wife and I took our 2 and 3 year old to DisneyWorld and Universal Studios. As I type that last sentence, I realize that it sounds like the least frugal, poor-planned […]

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Posted on April 14, 2016.

Understand the Psychology of Spending and Overcome it

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The following is a guest post by Tina Roth. She advises about developing positive habits to help you live a rich and financial secure life. Her finance blog was created to inspire people to explore more on frugal living and especially, to help you craft a financial secure life. Earlier, mistakes were just mistakes. But […]

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Last updated on April 11, 2016.

 
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