I’m an MSer and a debt-oholic
When I was in college the credit card companies were eager to get us to sign up for a card. In our own name. How could I not? Now I recognize that as the seduction of a drug dealer. Just a little taste and then they got you.
How I moved to telework
I’m an MSer. And I’m disabled. And I still work a full-time job. From home. Curious?
Einstein ❤ compound interest?
Did Albert Einstein declare compound interest to be ‘the most powerful force in the universe’? The website snopes.com which tries to verify urban legends rules it “dubious”. Nevertheless, I geek out a little on the idea.
Money tips for MSers
Earning power is widely regarded as our greatest resource. For those of us with MS it is critical to make financial plans as soon as we can,
I’ve always seen making a budget as “more of a guideline”.
Add income streams
The average MSer should strive to have multiple income streams, or at least more than one.
Use power for good
$50,000 is a lot of money to us; for big corporations, it’s only a drop or less.
Re: Work from home
Because I don’t expend my limited energy on my commute, I am able to work from home full-time. But also because I am home, I can easily take a lunchtime nap in my own bed if I need to.