10 ways to master your money

10 ways to master your money Regardless if we’re talking personal finances, I believe true success usually comes from taking meaningful action and simply trying again and again. Lessons don’t always stick unless you make a few missteps along the…
Weekend Reading – Focus on cashflow edition

Weekend Reading – Focus on cashflow edition Hey Friends, Welcome to my latest Weekend Reading edition. You can read my previous editions below: The climate crisis edition. More recently, the fighting inflation edition including how I intend to fight inflation…
Weekend Reading – Fighting inflation edition

Weekend Reading – Fighting inflation edition Hey Friends, Welcome to my latest Weekend Reading edition – the how to fight inflation edition. You can read my previous editions below: Weekend Reading – Climate crisis edition. Weekend Reading – all about…
The six phases of financial independence

The six phases of financial independence I’ve recently updated this post to include more links to related content. I hope you enjoy it.  The term “financial independence” has many meanings to many people. To some, it means not working at…
5 ways to track your financial journey

5 ways to track your financial journey The following is a guest post from youngandtheinvested. As passionate readers of My Own Advisor we know it takes some effort to track your financial journey. But you don’t have to start it…
2021 Financial Goals – May Update

2021 Financial Goals – May Update Success….time to go and get after it! For years on this site, I mean many years, we’ve set financial goals to keep ourselves accountable. In 2021, that tradition continues… Our goals were rather simple…
Millennials want to FIRE at age 50

Millennials want to FIRE at age 50 Whether you agree with the FIRE (Financial Independence, Retire Early) movement or not – it’s a big thing. Personally, I’m a huge believer in clear goals. If FIRE at age 50 is your…