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Hello everyone and welcome to another edition of the NextGen Wealth Weekly Roundup. Hope you’re having a great week!
So enough of my commentary, let’s jump in and check out some of the best articles I ran across from the past week. Enjoy the weekend and find some time to relax.
First up, we turn to Think Save Retire with some helpful tips you need to know if you’re looking to live a “digital nomad” life. A digital nomad is simply someone who moves around, but still continues to work through telecommunication. It’s not an easy lifestyle, but it does have it’s benefits. Continue reading to decide if a digital nomad lifestyle is right for you.
The freedom to travel the world is pretty damn incredible. The ability to control where we spend our time is a luxury unlike any other. And I should know. My wife and I travel full-time in our 30' Airstream travel trailer.
Next up, we turn to Budget Savvy Bride with some common mistakes made by couples with the extra cash made from wedding gifts. After all the expenses of throwing a wedding, the money you receive from gifts can be a huge help for any couple. But, it’s important to be smart about what you do with that money to best benefit your financial situation.
This post may contain affiliate links. Click here to learn more. All those tangible gifts are nice, but do you know what most couples think the best gift is? If you guessed cash, you're spot on! As newlyweds, you may need the gifts listed above. However, cash is often in short supply.
Next up, we turn to Passive Income M.D. who ties Bruce Lee’s principles to the journey to financial freedom. These were the principles that Bruce Lee used in his life, and also taught to his students. They are really beneficial principles that can be applied to our financial education, so continue reading for more helpful information.
This last week, I watched an interesting documentary that showcased elite athletes and some of their training regimens. In it, they mentioned something that stuck with me far after the movie ended. It was called "the Bruce Lee Principle" of finding your path.
In our final read of the week, we turn to Educator FI with a look at the flawed principle of “work hard, play hard.” This type of lifestyle can be harmful to our finances, as we justify our “playing hard” and spending money, based on how hard we work. Educator FI shares how this can happen and the problems that come with this type of lifestyle.
This post may contain affiliate links, which allow us to earn money at no additional cost to you. For more information, please read our Disclaimer. "Work Hard. Play Hard." It makes sense. You bust your ass at your job, work long hard hours and then when you're free you play equally hard.
As the old saying goes, money doesn't grow on trees. However, if you pay attention to some people's spending habits or online pictures, it can certainly seem that way for them. These days, it's never been easier to be jealous of everyone else, particularly if you're on a tight budget.
So who exactly am I at NextGen Wealth? It definitely seems like I can hold many different titles depending on the day, but for my bio's sake, I will stick with my professional title of Financial Planner - although you could go with Financial Advisor, Financial Consultant, etc., they're really all one in the same).
Enjoy the weekend and spend time with family and friends. Take a break from work and give your mind some well-deserved rest from the long week. Cherish the time you have with your family and I guarantee it will make your life much happier!
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