Another day in the Barrel that is the cryptocurrency markets. Bitcoin (BTC) is bouncing today off of its previous support highs from 2 to 4 weeks ago of around $5,550. Currently, Bitcoin is up a whopping 11.74%
It has been a few weeks/months since I have made any updates on Vanddar, so I wanted to share what I have been doing.
If you take a look out there at all that is going on, there is a whole industry built on retirement. All of these articles about dreams of retirement are driven on the business of keeping your money in the hands of Wall Street and the institutions that manage your money.
We as humans in the 21st century are so consumed with doing everything, harder, better, faster, stronger, do more, work more, live more. Seriously? Is there anything that we can do less of. Waste less time?
All of us dipping our toe into the markets have been there before. Price is plummeting on your recent investments and you have no idea why. Will the price rebound? How will you know? Is there any certainty to what your doing? Certainly not.
In the world of constant stimuli and unlimited options, there are few commodities that are worth considering.
The differing of opinions can lead to conflict if they are rooted in emotional beliefs. What do you?
There's only a certain amount of attention to allocate in your day without driving yourself insane. So what do you do?
Is the end near? Well once again that is a matter of perspective, but in my mind we know the time is short.
If you are one of the many searching for yield right now, you many want to look no further than the crypto-currencies.
There is a such a glut of knowledge out there on the internet, which is a blessing a curse. So why read this?
When is the last time you freely danced around to the music you heard? Have you crawled on the floor recently? Tried to throw that piece trash 20 feet across the room into the waste basket? It most likely has been a while and play has become a forgotten art.
Gratitude is a funny thing. We live in a time where there is so much entertainment and information that how could we hope for more? But I think there are still a tremendous amount of things to be grateful for in our daily lives that we overlook.
This is a guy that can walk around outside in the snow for hours through repeated exposure to the elements and controlling his breathing.
Could this make housing affordable?
I entered a virtual underground the past weekend.
Once upon a time I hated anything to do with a schedule. Despised it. I routinely fought getting out of bed in the morning. Going to sleep. Procrastinate. Everything would be put off to another day. Sound familiar?
The love hate relationship of sleep. Even right now I fight it, however it is your literally your best friend.
The personal anecdotes of procrastination are numerous and well documented. The stories we tell ourselves resulting in procrastination stem from certain aspects of fear.
I had seen a friend post a question on Facebook the other day. “Is self-censorship a good thing to avoid offending?” I had thought it was very interesting question since there are many different angles you could look at it.