8 Ways to Practice the Art of Stealth Wealth

Our current society revels on excess and ostentatious boastfulness. Social media networks such as Facebook, Snapchat, and Instagram is a platform for everyone to show off what they own and what luxury experiences they are having at the moment. On TV and in movies, we are bombarded with the display of wealth and luxury goods, flashy cars and big McMansions on display. In reality, the person who displays their wealth is often not what they seem. In the book “The Millionaire Next Door,” Thomas J. Stanley and his team studied…

8 Important Questions To Ask Yourself to Become a Master of Your Money

    Asking these 8 important questions will shed light on whether we are masters of our money or we have a lot to learn (or fix) in our personal finance. These questions focus our attention on our current financial state and help us figure out a plan to help become masters of our money. These questions focus our thinking about money and personal finance. By continually asking ourselves these questions, it is my hope that we can accomplish our financial goals. I hope you become masters of your own…

8 Amazingly Effective Ways to Declutter Your Home

In Marie Kondo’s book “The Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing?” she proposed that we must make mindful decisions about the things we own and choose to keep in our home by asking the question: “Does this bring me joy?”. It’s a deep question, one we must stop to think about. Do the things I own truly bring me joy or do I own it simply because? Clutter is a significant problem, myself included have certain troubles of having owned too much ‘stuff’ to fit…

5 Things I Like – Issue #5 (Favorite Summer Books)

Summer time is the perfect time for catching up on our reading list. Whether we are doing a long trip to foreign lands or doing a staycation, it’s always a good idea to have great books to read during those “me time”. I often reserve certain books on my list to enjoy during the actual trip and then when there are down times during the actual trip itself. And whether that destination spot is on the beach or poolside, off your Airbnb summer home, or just on your comfy couch…

Spiritual Reflections on “The Four Noble Truths” by Gautama Buddha

There were many ascended masters that have come and gone. There was Jesus of Nazareth, Lao Tzu, Saint Germaine, and countless other prophets and truth-sayers. One of these ascended masters was Gautama Buddha. Though many of the ascended master have not written their teachings, preferring instead to voice their teachings to their disciples. And no medium of recording (audio or video) existed then, therefore many of their teachings, written and re-translated, could have become detached or veered from the true essence of their master’s intention. The Four Noble Truths is…