This post may contain affiliate links. For more information, see my disclosure. So there you are, at your companies Christmas party. You’re drinking terrible punch and snacking on food that was bought two hours earlier at a Costco. After a few minutes, a couple of the guys from accounting come over and start to chat […]
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU! HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU! HAPPY BIRTHDAY DEAR THECODETORICHES.COM! HAPPY BIRTH DAY TO YOU! Holy shit, I cannot believe that this blog has been around for over a year. It seems like it was just yesterday that I was changing it’s diapers waking up at 3 am to burp it trying to […]
I’ll be the first to admit that I’m not the most incredible money saver in the world. I’m not going to only eat food out of a can, ride my bike when it’s snowing, or reuse tissues because, “They’ve got a whole other side to use!” In fact, I don’t think that I’d be very […]
Many times in life you’re going to find that the devil is really in the details. When it comes to investing, it’s really no different. After all, if you’ve ever read ANYTHING about personal finance, you probably know that you should be investing somewhere between 10-20% of your income each month into a diversified index […]
I cannot believe I’ve had this blog for almost a year, and I have yet to talk about my year abroad. As one of the most pivotal years of my life, it’s just stupid that I haven’t talked about it yet. And besides that, I love thinking back to the amazing times I had while […]
So this may come as a shock to some of you, but I’m a pretty big fan of travel. And frankly, I’m not going to be one of those stuck up travelers that’s going to judge you hardcore if I’ve actually heard of the place you’ve been. No, I like traditional places to visit. For […]
End of the world scenarios tend to change with age. When you’re 5 years old, it’s when that asshole bully that got too much dairy at a young age takes the ONLY yellow crayon. You know, the one you needed to color in your sun. Or when you’re 13, and you really start to have […]
Today’s probably going to be a shorter article than most, because a) it’s based on a question that’s easily answered with a “yes” or “no”, and b), I just got back from living it up in Vegas for my spring break! Yes, being a teacher has it’s advantages. Time off? Fantastic! Incredibly low pay and […]
I’ve been teaching for almost two years now, but even throughout high school and college I’ve noticed something about myself (and my friends/colleagues) that seems to be true no matter who you talk to: One of the greatest things on God’s green earth is checking things off a goddamn list. (can I say “God’s green […]