LEARN TO READ THROUGH TRAVEL

 

 

 

 

 

 

My brother and his wife had their first child a few months ago. I have not yet met her, but I am sure I will fall head over heels for the little munchkin. As she begins to talk, I have a feeling she will want to know about her Uncle’s crazy world trip during his youthful tenure. And I look forward to sharing with her story after story. But in the meantime, my dear Samara, here is your first taste of the magical world of travel, and also an introduction to the infinite universe of reading.

To all of those parents, soon-to-be parents, aunts, uncles and so forth out there, I sincerely hope that this book helps your children not only take their first steps into the realm of reading, but also into the arena of travel. What you can learn from each of these areas is infinite and invaluable.

Posted in LEARN TO READ THROUGH TRAVEL | Tagged , , , , , , | 1 Comment

LAW SCHOOL – A HORRIBLE FINANCIAL INVESTMENT

 

 

 

 

 

 

You have amazing advocacy and analytical skills, your work ethic is amazing, you can do so much with a law degree, you can make so much money as a lawyer … and the list of reasons to go to law school goes on and on.  So what are you waiting for – go apply to law school, right?

Wrong.

For the overwhelming majority of people in the United States, law school is a bad financial investment.  This book is intended to divulge the realities of making such a costly decision to not only prospective law school students, but the general public.  This tale needs to be told, and I am more than happy to be the storyteller.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Posted in LAW SCHOOL - A HORRIBLE FINANCIAL INVESTMENT | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

HOW TO PAY OFF DEBT SO YOU CAN TRAVEL THE WORLD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

When I left law school, the reality of the choice I’d made hit me like a brick in the face. I had over $230,000 in non-dischargeable loans and not even a meager paying job to begin paying them off with.  I was a cripple standing at the bottom of the Grand Canyon staring straight up and wondering how long, or more appropriately, how, I was going to get out.

At this point, I am sure the reader, my family, friends, etc. are wondering, “I don’t get it, I didn’t go to law school so how is this be relevant to me?”  Oh, but it is my dear friend, how it is.  You see, the source of my debt is irrelevant; it could come from credit cards, a mortgage, an investment deal gone wrong, a fancy car, a loan for a start-up business.  Anything.  The bottom line is still the same – a mountain of debt with no viable exit plan.  A situation where the lifestyle you desire has now slipped through your hands like sand and all you are left with are massive amounts of debt and regret over a bad investment decision.

Wherever your debt comes from, the feelings are the same. Feelings of weakness and an utter lack of control fill your veins like a poison.  You frequently worry. You have massive stress headaches. You put off engagements, such as those that can lead to a fulfilling and more meaningful social and love life, simply because your wallet is empty.  Even worse, you end up spending eight/nine/ten hours a day, five days a week at some job that you loathe more than anything on the planet (assuming you’re even lucky enough to have a job in this economy).  In short, your life is miserable.  The door is shut – there is no way out. Maybe you even cry once or twice over the hopelessness of it all. 

The more unfortunate thing is that quite a few Americans are in this exact same position.  Maybe the majority of people do not have a whopping $230,000 in non-dischargeable debt, but they are not that far off. I remember recently reading that the average American was in the order of approximately $20,000 in debt (not including mortgages).  And I have a feeling that this number also did not include school loans.  This to me is mind-boggling.  How could we let this happen?  And so quickly too.

But regardless of why we are in debt, what I hope to accomplish with this book is to offer not only a peace of mind to those trying to scale that mountain of debt, but a practical way to accomplish this feat.  I have been to Hell and back, and quite frankly, no-one should have to take this trip.  I believe that it is my ethical/moral obligation to help those who have fallen into the same trap I did.

So start your path to debt freedom TODAY!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I realize not everyone will be able to follow what I say to a “t” – it’s a tough road to follow. Even if you are unwilling or unable for the moment to follow my path completely, my wish is that you will learn a lot of useful strategies and tips for eliminating one’s debt.  If that’s enough to improve your situation, great.  But if you find that it’s not enough, that you’re still not completely free and where you want to be, then by all means revisit this book.  The hard but ultimately best to being completely debt free will still be here, waiting for you.

So start your path to debt freedom TODAY!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I am providing below the budget worksheet for you to download and use for FREE.

BUDGET WORKSHEET

So what are you waiting for?  Start your path to debt freedom TODAY!

Posted in HOW TO PAY OFF DEBT SO YOU CAN TRAVEL THE WORLD | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

QUIT JOB + TRAVEL WORLD = RUSSIAN SIBERIA

I was expecting the flight from South Korea back to New York to be uneventful, but I was wrong.  The flight took a route over Russian Siberia and this was the view from my window.  Not every day you get to see this area of the world!

 

russia

From Russia with love.

 

If you enjoyed this post, please share it!

Posted in UNIQUE PHOTOS AND VIDEOS | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

LEARN TO READ THROUGH TRAVEL

IFearRegret.com:

For all of those parents, soon-to-be parents, aunts, uncles and so forth, this will interest you!

Originally posted on I FEAR REGRET:

My brother and his wife had their first child a few months ago. I have not yet met her, but I am sure I will fall head over heels for the little munchkin. As she begins to talk, I have a feeling she will want to know about her Uncle’s crazy world trip during his youthful tenure. And I look forward to sharing with her story after story. But in the meantime, my dear Samara, here is your first taste of the magical world of travel, and also an introduction to the infinite universe of reading.

To all of those parents, soon-to-be parents, aunts, uncles and so forth out there, I sincerely hope that this book helps your children not only take their first steps into the realm of reading, but also into the arena of travel. What you can learn from each of these areas is infinite and invaluable.

View original

Posted in ABOUT ME | Leave a comment

HOW TO PAY OFF DEBT SO YOU CAN TRAVEL THE WORLD

Originally posted on I FEAR REGRET:

When I left law school, the reality of the choice I’d made hit me like a brick in the face. I had over $230,000 in non-dischargeable loans and not even a meager paying job to begin paying them off with.  I was a cripple standing at the bottom of the Grand Canyon staring straight up and wondering how long, or more appropriately, how, I was going to get out.

At this point, I am sure the reader, my family, friends, etc. are wondering, “I don’t get it, I didn’t go to law school so how is this be relevant to me?”  Oh, but it is my dear friend, how it is.  You see, the source of my debt is irrelevant; it could come from credit cards, a mortgage, an investment deal gone wrong, a fancy car, a loan for a start-up business.  Anything.  The bottom line is still the same…

View original 492 more words

Posted in ABOUT ME | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

LAW SCHOOL – A HORRIBLE FINANCIAL INVESTMENT

Originally posted on I FEAR REGRET:

You have amazing advocacy and analytical skills, your work ethic is amazing, you can do so much with a law degree, you can make so much money as a lawyer … and the list of reasons to go to law school goes on and on.  So what are you waiting for – go apply to law school, right?

Wrong.

For the overwhelming majority of people, law school is a bad financial investment.  This book is intended to divulge the realities of making such a costly decision to not only prospective law school students, but the general public.  This tale needs to be told, and I am more than happy to be the storyteller.

View original

Posted in ABOUT ME | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment