Category Archives: Motivation

New York Personal Finance Meet Up

I did not have the opportunity to attend Fincon 2017.  This blog was newly created in April and in all honesty, FinCon was not even on my radar of things to do this year.  After reading the many blog posts about FinCon 2017, I am defiantly going to attend next year’s event in Orlando, Florida.  I was, however, able to attend the New York Personal Finance Meet Up (#NYPFMeetUp). The New York Personal Finance Meet […]

My Uncle Xavier: Veteran, Millionaire, Mentor

I have been thinking about writing this post since I started my blog.  As you will read, Veterans Day might be the most fitting day to publish it.  This post is about my Uncle Xavier.  As the title suggests, Xavier was a veteran, millionaire, and mentor to me.  Below is his story and a little bit about our relationship. Like many members of the Greatest Generation, my Uncle Xavier had humble roots.  He grew up in West Scranton, Pa during […]

Six Month Blog Review

Thank you for taking the time to read about my first 6-months as a personal finance blogger.  I have read that reaching the 6-month point is a major milestone because it is when many bloggers call it quits.  The past 6-months have gone by in a flash.  Creating The Financial Journeyman has been an educational experience.  Other than being a learning experience, it was fun to try to be creative and to watch the blog develop. What I have […]

Blogger Recognition Award

I would like to start by thanking A Journey to FI for nominating me for the Blogger Recognition Award.  The Financial Journeyman is only six months old and this recognition is a big deal to me.  There are many personal finance blogs.  It is easy to get lost in the crowd.  It is an honor to be mentioned among some of the best bloggers in the personal finance space who were also nominated for this award. The Blogger […]

How I learned about money

I learned about money from my Grandmother.  I was a precocious kid.  As an only child, I spent a great amount of time with adults.  The adults in my life had the tendency to try to have a dialog with me as if I too were an adult.  Friends from school would come over to my house to play quite often, but I remember spending a great amount of time with my Grandmother. My Grandmother […]