Buying a Classic Supercar-The Emotional Parts

This is Mr PoP’s follow-up post to Buying a Classic Supercar-The Money Parts

I’ve wanted an Acura NSX since I first read about them in 2010. Back then they were even more obscure, and, because of the financial apocalypse, were selling for as low as 25k (mine was 38k and prices still seem to […]

PoP Income Statement – October 2016

My No On 1 yard sign lives right underneath The Tree for all the neighbors to see.

Welcome to our October 2016 Income Statement!

My No On 1 yard sign lives right underneath The Tree for all the neighbors to see.

Mr. PoP and I put these income statements together for two reasons. First, we want to be transparent about our finances because we’re trying to be role models for other […]

Design Dilemma

This is what it's like today.  The white door leads to the garage, and the cabinet built into the wall is a shallow spice cabinet built between the wall studs.

This is what it’s like today. The white door leads to the garage, and the cabinet built into the wall is a shallow spice cabinet built between the wall studs. The broom closet is the void without a door.

Due to my foot being sliced open about a month ago, I’m still largely benched […]

How Much Does Burning Man Cost?

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As Mrs. PoP and I get closer to FIRE, we’re slightly more inclined to loosen the purse strings when it comes to awesome travel destinations and interesting experiences. Going to Burning Man this year checked both of those boxes for me, and it’s been something that I’ve had on my bucket list for at least […]

Lessons Learned From Bed…

Yes!  This is the foot to cut into!

Have you ever seen the movie My Left Foot? If you haven’t, you should. In the meantime, I will tell you that in this excellent movie, Daniel Day Lewis plays Christy Brown, a role which earned him a Best Actor Academy Award. Christy Brown was an Irish man with cerebral palsy who learned how to […]