Category Archives: General FIRE

Do Less and Obsess More?

As the third leg of the stool I appear to be building about doing less and being happier, I submit this article from the Financial Times.  The article is really a review of Morten Hansen’s new book Great At Work: How Top … Continue reading

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Work Less, Create More Happiness and Satisfaction – Could it be That Simple?

Those of you who read the article I linked to in my last post, and with whom the idea that too much productivity is dangerous resonated, will enjoy this next installment.  This next article kind of piggy-backs on the previous one, … Continue reading

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Wishing You the Happiest of New Years – Here is a Gift to Help Start Your New Year Right

As we move inexorably toward 2018, here is an interesting (and snarky) look at how hard we should really be working to have the happiest life we can have (and to avoid some major mishaps).  Enjoy! Productivity is Dangerous! The … Continue reading

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The Best Gift You Can Give This Holiday Season?

No this is not going to be some sappy post about world peace or loving the planet.  This is as practical as it gets (and a bit controversial, if my wife’s reaction is any guide).  As I sit here today … Continue reading

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The Modern Bond Ladder – What I’m Doing With 5 Years of Cash

I was telling my wife that I was going to write about bond laddering and she got this puzzled look on her face and said, “Ooh, that sounds sexy” using the snarky voice she reserves for things that sound the … Continue reading

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