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Lifestyle articles by Ken Morico. Gadgets, food, digital nomadism, financial independence advice, and everything you need to next level.
Are cars for suckers? Given the huge expense of vehicles in the U.S. and cultural shift due to the Coronavirus pandemic you might think that. I do. And I own 2 cars. If you don’t want to own a car or at least be less reliant on it, a kick scooter might be for you. […]
In this must-listen episode of the Ken Morico podcast I talk with Captain Rock about flying in a Covid-19 world.
Want to buy a new iPad Air and pay nothing for it? Kill your voice service. It’s possible — right now. I show you the tools and tricks to make it happen and fatten your wallet.
Growing up, my mother and Grandmother made a special pasta dish just for Christmas Eve dinner. Being young, I didn’t realize what made this pasta special, but I knew it was reserved for a special occasion…
Working nomadically is a challenge — a challenge to create multiple streams of income, a challenge to direct your life in a way that will enable freedom. I outline to to do it – LOCALLY.
Working in a home office and need some company but not sure if a dog will be a good fit?
So yeah, I look like a NUT. It was November 14th in Houston and it was 30 degrees. I had already walked 3 miles and went to a Tai Chi class. After class it was dark and I started to walk home. A few things I noticed about this night that stood out.
Trading is stressful, but the hours can be short. Find out the best ways to occupy your days!
So, how do you juice your IRA account while staying conservative? Sell call options on your stock positions.
When you have a flexible schedule, many of life’s essentials are actually half the cost. Here are some things I’ve found.
Can you trade for a living? Don’t you need a lot of money? Isn’t it dangerous? Listen to your gut — yes, you can do it. Like taking on any other new business, as an entrepreneur you need to make the decision to commit to it as a career and lifestyle choice.
I think we live in a world where we want fewer distractions and more focus — for several good reasons. Go grayscale with an iPhone or black out a second monitor.
If you’re using a mac you might have come across a lot of different methods and commands to backup a remote server to your local mac. I do the heavy lifting to help you find a simple method.
Yosemite on the Mac included some great usability features, however bugs and slow performance can ruin your day. I’ve got fixes!
I moved all my data to iCloud. Here’s why I did it, what I learned, and why I think you should go all-in with iCloud.
With content generation happening at ludicrous speed, you must make time to keep up. Since I bought my iPad last year I have found it more and more useful for generating content on-the-run. Find out what’s in my bag and how I operate.
Parallels exist between the great depression and recent years. How my grandfather worked through it and what we can learn.
I went to Denver for the first time in late 2011 and it was everything I expected: beautiful landscapes with inner-city counter-culture edginess. Armed with my Canon T2i and Canon Powershot SD790IS, I took to the streets and hills.
Growing up in New Haven, Connecticut, there were so many great pizza restaurants around. At the time, I didn’t realize how special they really were, and how difficult it is to create a great pizza. The secret, I found out, is in the spicy sauce and thin crust.