I have a couple of family members who gamble regularly. This includes casino trips and lottery tickets. Yet ‘I’ am considered to be the one who is bad with money in the family because I put some money into an investment portfolio. Why do people choose to play the lottery when pretty much anything else is a better use of money? That is what I will discuss in this article.
Now that I am out of college, my family expects me to get a ‘real job.’ I have a part-time job at UPS as a box unloader and I am spending most of my time building up passive income streams and potential businesses. But building up income over time does not seem to be considered a ‘real job’ in our society. In this article I will discuss what may be a ‘real job’ and why.