Amateur television critic Randy Parker shares his TV show recommendations in hopes of helping the overwhelmed in this era of Peak TV overload.
A story about how Financial Independence can open unexpected doors and lead to “accidental” opportunities — such as co-founding a new Audio Theater troupe.
Treksphere has republished my post about introducing kids to Star Trek.
Some ideas, crowd-sourced from the ChooseFI community, for how to watch the final season of Game of Thrones on the cheap.
Milo the cat runs down his list of 10 important cat myths in the hope that humans will learn a few things about serving cats.
The FIRE movement can help people move from being financially accidental to financially literate and intentional even if they don’t want to retire early.
How did a teen girl and a bunch of documentaries on Netflix convert a meat eating family to happy vegetarians?
Hear what happens when Cats On Fire, Milo and Toby, join Dogathan Mendosa and Bird Barrett on the Choose FI Radio Podcast.
A review of 26 impactful tweaks you can make in 2019 to improve your financial life, as suggested by Paula Pant of Afford Anything.
The EpisodeCalendar web application is a great tool for organizing and tracking your TV viewing in the overwhelming era of Peak TV.