Organizing Theory & Artistry

Tag: money

Weighing in: Recap of Weight-Loss and Weight Maintenance Strategies and May Goals

Weighing in: Recap of Weight-Loss and Weight Maintenance Strategies and May Goals

It’s the last day of April and time to check in on my weight maintenance progress as well as recap the last two-months of posts focused on diet and nutrition. You may recall that my theme word for the year is “routine.” Without intending to […]

Does Paid Investing Advice Help?  My Experience So Far with Subscription Investing Advice Services

Does Paid Investing Advice Help? My Experience So Far with Subscription Investing Advice Services

This week, I am reviewing my finances. One of the tweaks I made to our financial systems last year was to subscribe to a paid investing advice newsletter. Since I don’t know all that much about investing or stock picking, I figured that receiving some […]

401(k) Check-In

401(k) Check-In

Since I have just tackled the thorny issue of college savings, why not jump next into the even more thorny issue of retirement savings! My money strategy is to tackle all of these difficult issues head on. I would rather know now if I am […]

College Savings Check-In

College Savings Check-In

Our eldest daughter will turn 8 this year and along with that comes a scary realization . . . we have only 10 years left to save for her college education! Even scarier? Based on standard financial advice that you should not put at risk […]

An Organizational Accolade to the IRS?!?

An Organizational Accolade to the IRS?!?

This year, I have to give an organizational award to the IRS. After many years, my paper-filing tax protest has ceased! You see, for the past several years, I have printed out and mailed my tax return rather than e-File it because I felt that […]