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RB40’s Driving Style

10.13.2014
driving style

This week, we’re down in San Jose, CA to visit family & friends, so I don’t have much time to write and research. Today, I want to share some observations during our road trip with you. First of all, Google maps estimated our drive time to be about 10 hours. However, it took us a grueling 14 hours to drive down from Portland. RB40 junior woke me up at 3 am the day we were driving down and I couldn’t go back to sleep. So I decided to just get going. We left our home at 5 am sharp. I […]

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Kids Fun and Trouble

10.03.2014
kids fun and trouble

Today I’m taking a break from personal finance to share some stay at home dad stories. Overall, I enjoy being a stay at home dad very much. I’m busy all the time, but I’m much less stressed than when I was working in a corporation. Today, I went to the doctor and my blood pressure reading was 132 over 76. That’s quite good for me. Of course, there are challenges too. Kids push their boundaries and it’s tough to keep a good humor 24/7. Storm Drain Incident A few days ago, we were walking to the playground and we came […]

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Towards Remarkability – A Weekend at the World Domination Summit 2014

07.28.2014
Towards Remarkability - A Weekend at the World Domination Summit 2014

Today, we have a guest post from Mrs. RB40! She attended the World Domination Summit 2014 in Portland and had a great time. The price is a bit steep at around $500, but it’s local so she didn’t have to pay for travel and lodging. The WDS is a great event for anyone who’s thinking about changing their lives. The speakers and the attendees are all very inspirational. Here is Mrs. RB40. Mrs. RB40’s World Domination Summit Experience The trouble with the way I do things is that I often want everything to be perfect.  So perfect that I end up […]

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Hectic Summer Days

07.16.2014
hectic summer days fun

Wow, this summer has been so hectic. I guess the last few summers have been a little slower because our kid was just a baby/toddler and we didn’t overload ourselves with activities. Now that Jr. is 3 year old, we are doing a lot more fun stuff, but it’s exhausting! Last year, he took afternoon naps so at least we’d have that little break in the middle of the day. Now, he gets up at 7 am and can’t fall asleep until about 9 pm. He’d say, “But it’s not dark yet” and refuse to go to bed… Hectic month […]

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