I finally got around to downloading my Facebook Data and it’s not to bad since I don’t use it often. I figure for those who are on Facebook, they definitely keep EVERYTHING (and probably more they aren’t telling me about).
Well it happened a few months ago really. My sister’s laptop finally bit the dust. The screen was cracked and fuzzy, the casing falling to pieces and weird noises emitting from the machine constantly. Of course this is to say nothing of the now dismal battery life of the machine after years of use (and probably abuse).
Lessons Learned – Experiences distilled from a project that should be actively taken into account in future projects. Lessons Learned is where I document my fuckups lessons from my day-to-day life experiences.
This warning is plastered over everything as I search around the web trying to learn how to edit my theme on my site. Of course, I only believe in learning by doing.
Saving in America.
Some of us do it diligently and some of us…think about doing it. To be honest, I tend to fall into the later camp sometimes.
According to ycharts.com and the Bureau of Economic Analysis in a report published February 2016, the United States personal savings rate was 5.40% and in 2015, the rate was the same. Long Term Average for Savings in the United States is 8.33% according to the same report.
The process of savings is that it generally comes across static and cold, at least to me. When looking up rules of savings, the typical advice says “save 10%” or “save x amount of dollars per pay period” with no regard to the day to day swings of Life. So it would be nice to have a method of savings that automates savings based on my current account balance and previous spending habits…