79 cents. That’s all I had left after a year in a very unhealthy relationship. That’s when I knew things had to change. I was truly “broke” for the first time in my life. You hear about it all the time in high school. You hear the “I can’t afford this because I’m broke” and… Read more »
I am a 16-year-old going into my Junior year of high school in the Phoenix metro area. I am also a part of the SheeksFreaks Mastermind group. And I’m here to tell you about one side hustle for teens that is working for me.
As we all head back to school this fall, many of us will be learning remotely, either full-time or part-time. To make the best use of this extra time, why not make money while remote learning?
As I’m sure you already know, a person reaches financial independence (or FI, for short) when they no longer need to work for money. It takes dedication and sacrifice to become financially independent. So why would someone want to get to FI in the first place?
Technology and infinite information have changed the world we live in, and the American Dream has not evolved with those changes. And that is why you should tell it to take a hike.
There was nothing wrong with my life. I wasn’t miserable in some horrible job, and I wasn’t racking up debt. But I also wasn’t particularly fulfilled. I had never wanted to work a corporate job for my entire career. I just thought that was what I should do for now.
Hannah has recently found the SheeksFreaks community. Many ideas have gained her attention, but none of them is as intriguing to Hannah as the idea of making money while you sleep.
My name is Sam Tecun. I’m a 20-year-old college student currently living in the Greater Boston area and am happy to be a part of the SheeksFreaks Mastermind group. Let’s begin!
In Post 22 and Post 23, we were introduced to Cayla, who is a 22 year old young professional. She just moved to a new city and is thinking about buying a car. She has $3,000 saved up and ready to go. But before she started test driving different options, she decided to do a little research on the costs of owning a car.
In the previous post, we were introduced to Cayla, who is a 22 year old young professional. She is actively pursuing financial independence, so she knows that a car isn’t a real asset. But, she just moved to a new city and is thinking about buying a car. She has $3,000 saved up and ready to go. But before she started test driving different options, she decided to do a little research on the costs of owning a car.
Having a car when you are young is an important slice of freedom that most young people really want to have. But what is the best way to approach cars and transportation if you are a Freak, and thus value your money and future?
I’m Benjamin, a college sophomore, real estate investor, and current member of the SheeksFreaks Mastermind group. A year ago, I was pretty much destined for the same unwelcoming future as everyone else my age. My entire future was dependent on college – family, my career, my retirement, and my life goals. If I couldn’t afford an education, it was game over for me.