Organized Religion—a Crazy-Expensive Luxury?

Here on loveafterlaw.com, I’m always trying to come up with fresh advice to help you make money—and save money (because after all, a penny saved is a penny earned). So today I’m going to go after one of the lowest of low-hanging fruit in your monthly budget: your religion expenses. But before I begin, I …

Sowing the Seeds of Love

Hi. I’m back after a several weeks hiatus during which my family and I completed our move to Tampa. (Moving itself is such a pain it’s amazing how often I forget that in time to make the next move). Now that we’ve placed most of our stuff where it is supposed to go, and have …

Litecoin Prices—Up Up and Away!

I have never in my life seen a boom like the one we are now seeing in Litecoin. As of this writing, it is up 111 percent today, 279 percent this week, 546 percent this month and 10,000 percent this year. To give you some perspective on this, Bitcoin has only grown around 2100% over …

ACA—The American Way

I have always been a supporter of the Affordable Care Act, a/k/a the “ACA” or “Obamacare”—in theory. I recognized the need to provide affordable healthcare for all Americans, and I thought a marketplace approach was an all-American way of providing it. I wanted the ACA so that I could avail myself of it if I …

Investment Tip—Buy A Used Rolex

You should buy a second hand Rolex. Give me a hot second to explain myself. Let’s say you have $15,000 dollars just laying around. You don’t want to invest it in the market because you want to hold on to some liquidity in case of an emergency. You might put it in a savings account. …

Three Things I am Thankful For

This blog can seem to have a negative tone at times. I try to accentuate the positive as much as possible, but it’s hard to write a blog about leaving the legal profession without discussing some of its drawbacks. After all, if law were absolutely great, everybody would stay in it and there would be …

How to Make Money From Home Quickly

Money has to be on your mind. After all, even if you didn’t get into law because of the money, the prospect of it didn’t hurt your decision. Also, many of us earn a relatively high salary from our law jobs (if we’re lucky enough to be employed), and we use that salary to fund …