The opportunity cost of not knowing what you want to be when you grow up

Most of us have met one, and I know I have certainly been one myself. An insecure teenager, too interested in too many things, and not sure what I want to do or be when I grow up. The pressure of deciding the right…

Don’t let Others Berate You For Your Kindness

Why does so many western cultures often treat kindness as a weakness?

Svalbard And Ponderings On Universal Basic Income

Svalbard And Ponderings On Universal Basic Income. What can we learn from the community in the high north?

Is early retirement selfish?

Are early retirees and people who pursue financial independence inherently selfish? Let’s take a look at that.

A Scandinavian perspective: Education privilege

Why we do not pay our student loans early, even if we really want to.

All About the Books – sourcing curriculum for less

Often, necessity is the best teacer. Such was certainly the case when Mr. E. started the university semester earlier this year with zero money in the bank for books. Read on for some of his easy solutions to a perpetual drain on student economy!