Reflections from 7 weeks of semi-confinement (200th post)

This post is a follow-up to a previous one, where I wrote about how I was coping during these unusual times. I apologize in advance if my writing seems messy, and perhaps not-so-coherent at times. My feelings are still fairly raw, and we're still in the pandemic, even though the BC government has introduced a …

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A different money style for a different lifestyle

For decades, the traditional way of life has been pretty much as follow: Get good grades and get a degree Find a job and climb the corporate ladder in your company Get married Buy a house and a car Have kids Retire at 65 and explore the world Does the above sound familiar? It certainly …

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