It’s been a while since I’ve Cash Fasted! At the beginning of May, I decided to attempt one week without spending any money on food. On the last day of April, we did a small grocery run (<$20), but the fact is, we have a full pantry and plenty of fridge scraps that will otherwise go to…… Continue reading Cash Fasting Round 5: A week without groceries and restaurants
I recently wrote a guest post for Zero Day Finance detailing my salary growth in only three years of working. Today, I’d like to provide a proper breakdown of my average monthly expenses, to be used as a benchmark for those looking to move here or others trying to estimate what a frugal (but reasonable)…… Continue reading The Cost of Living in NYC
A wedding, a big move, and a house purchase – all in under a year! Meet Kate, an Assistant Project Manager in Texas.
Meet David, the blogger behind Zero Day Finance. He’s a stress-baker who has his finances all figured out.
One of the biggest points that I like to highlight in money conversations is emphasizing the difference between wealth and income. Wealth is defined as your net worth; the total value of all your assets, minus your liabilities. Income is defined as your salary; the money you receive in exchange for your time/goods/services. Unless you’re…… Continue reading Wealth is greater than income