12 Valentine’s Tips From a Female Minimalist

Given our previous articles on days like Black Friday and Christmas, you can probably guess what our viewpoints are about Valentine’s Day. But if you can’t, I’ll go ahead and let you know, we find “holidays” like this to be a little silly. It is a consumer’s holiday. Marketing and society have lead us to believe that we… Continue reading 12 Valentine’s Tips From a Female Minimalist

New Years Resolution Guide to: Financial Health

Well, it’s that time of the year again. You’re feeling the holiday hangover from all the food you ate and all the alcohol you had to consume to deal with your family. Now you’re starting to wonder if spending all your money on presents was worth it. Spolier alert:  it wasn’t. But, it’s a new… Continue reading New Years Resolution Guide to: Financial Health

Dying Early & Broke Because You’re American

Healthcare in Early Retirement? The question seemingly has no easy answer as an American. When we discuss healthcare in retirement, and our short-term plans to utilize medical tourism, and moving abroad to capitalize on Mrs. RRR’s access to practically free healthcare with her EU citizenship we are usually met with squints, sighs, and other skeptical… Continue reading Dying Early & Broke Because You’re American

Why People Love Black Friday

Black Friday and Cyber Monday: shopping days that millions of people anxiously wait all year for. As you might imagine, these shopping “holidays” aren’t really our cup of tea. Literally a day after everyone gathers and expresses what they’re thankful for, they’re fighting old women and small children for shit they don’t need that’s only… Continue reading Why People Love Black Friday