2020 Goals

2020 is almost one month old and I finally decided to write up some of my goals for the year. Yesterday I wrote about goal-setting with my high school students and how I decided to take two small actions to make myself more relaxed at the start of the school day. Now I want to… Continue reading 2020 Goals

Goal Setting with Teenagers in the Economics Classroom

One of the reasons I love teaching economics is because the concepts can be applied to nearly everything. Since economics is the study of scarcity, students can immediately understand the pressure to make good choices with limited money, time, and energy. I enjoy harnessing the power of teaching about choices and opportunity costs to help… Continue reading Goal Setting with Teenagers in the Economics Classroom

For me, FIRE is a moving target 🔥

I’m still relatively new to the whole FIRE concept. My parents, both in their early 60s, are still working and most of my friends have never even mentioned the word “retirement.” The thought of retiring earlier than when my pension is “fully funded” never occured to me until a year ago. For those who are… Continue reading For me, FIRE is a moving target 🔥