I finally emerged from two weeks of quarantine, 10 pounds heavier and caught up on Netflix. The need to take action overcame me. After all I had essentially been laid off, deported, evacuated, whatever you want to call it, from Peace Corps Senegal. Turns out the job search is pretty difficult while there is a … Continue reading All Rice to No Rice- Peace Corps Evacuee to Instacart Employee
Do you own stocks? There’s a decent chance the answer is yes. A study by the Federal Reserve found that in 2016, 51.9 percent of families owned stocks, either directly or as part of a fund. That is shockingly low, however right now I am not interested in the percentage of Americans that own stock, … Continue reading Why Everyone Should Invest Responsibly
We are all intimately familiar with financial capital: cash, cake, stacks, bands, bills, dollars, euros, whatever you want to call it. We use financial capital everyday as a medium of exchange to purchase goods and services, but what is the true value of the cash you possess? Think of it this way: you are very … Continue reading What is Natural Capital and why should you care about it?