Learn * Explore * Try

Here is this month’s edition of LET (Learn/Explore/Try)- your new source of potential ways to enjoy the time that you have regained by allowing my team and I to worry about your money for you. As a lifelong learner, Triangle enthusiast, and avid foodie, I am constantly reading to learn about different topics, seeking new adventures in the Raleigh area, and trying new foods. Each month I will curate a new list of findings by answering the following questions:

  • What am I reading?
  • What new food or restaurant is on my radar?
  • What has me excited right now about life in the Raleigh region?

I hope this newsletter helps you continue learning and discovering new things along your path of financial freedom!

LET’s give it a go!

  • What am I reading?
    • My grandmother has subscribed to The New Yorker for most of my life. After enjoying many of the articles she has shared with me over the years, I have become a faithful subscriber. In a recent publication, V.S. Naipaul provides a gripping look into the strangeness of grief. He explains, “Love makes memories and life precious; the grief that comes to us is proportionate to that love and is inescapable.” Enjoy the article but be sure to have some tissues handy!
  • What new food or restaurant is on my radar?
    • Celebrity Chef Katsuji Tanabe (competed in Top Chef Charleston) has opened his first restaurant in the Triangle, High Horse. His restaurants in other U.S. cities have done well and my friends who have been to High Horse speak very highly of it. The crab guacamole served with pork rinds will be tried!
  • What has me excited right now about life in the Raleigh region?
    • My wife, Heather, and I have joined the NC Museum of Art. We are trying yoga and mediation at the Museum this month and have several workshops that we are eyeing in the coming months. Check out their calendar of events here:

Cheers to making 2020 your best year yet!