I wrote this short piece about why "how much" isn't the right question. "How do I do this sustainably?" is the right question.
Don't let them. Here's what you own, and what you should expect.
Figure those two things out and you'll set a budget.
Leave either one off the list and it doesn't matter how good your math is - it won't work.
- Portent InteractiveInternet Marketer, presentChairman and Principal Consultant
And, in case that wasn't enough, father of 2.
- UC San Diego
- UCLA Law School
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