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Nice eyes (for a snake).
Snakes aren’t found atop the “favorite animal” list of
many people any person, but we can learn from their slithery ways.
About a dozen times per year, snakes shed their skin and leave their old skin on the ground for someone else to clean up (I’m looking at you, park ranger). One way to live like a snake is to be messy and make other people clean up after you. Call me an optimist, but I think we can find a nicer way to live like this hissing reptile. Snake?
Feb 3, 10:47 PM (Hawaii-Aleutian Time Zone (UTC-10:00))
I think life is too short not to be spontaneous, so I jumped on two planes to get my body to The Big Island, Hawaii. I have no plans other than to:
- Sleep in hostel
- See volcano
- Beach myself
Other than that, it’s all up in the air. It’s funny to me how some people script out their entire trip like a play, only because I’m completely opposite in my approach. If you think about it, traveling to a new place is already going to be well, new and different, so why not make your time there the same? I do have a rental Volkswagon, so I’ll be looking for places to go.
My First Error
Travel rarely goes perfectly. In the haze of my initial excitement when I booked my flight, I thought that I was flying into Hilo. That’s where I booked a weeklong stay at a hostel.
Oops. Explore Hawaii With Me!
Have you ever made plans for later, remembered the plans, and procrastinated anyway?
Why does that happen?
I’ve already talked about the reason why we procrastinate, and within that reason is a small, but critical detail that many of us—myself included—fail to internalize and implement with regularity. Failure to do it means you’ll fail to take action every time. It may in fact be the crux of inaction for most procrastinators. Tell me!
Stephen Guise has a B.S.B.A. in Finance. Therefore, all of his financial advice shall be considered perfect.
To transform your financial situation from poor to great, accomplish these six objectives:
- Keep track of your money and allocate it wisely
- Turn the tables on credit card companies to make money off of them
- Understand and choose the proper health insurance
- Shop smarter to save money every day
- Gain side income with eBay (which also simplifies your life)
- Invest your money the smart way with ETFs
Let’s go through these in detail, one by one, and transform your finances! Show Me The Money…