Choices, Consequences, and Revisions

Recently, this article from The Atlantic  has popped up in my news feeds again and again.  In the article, writer Neal Gabler takes a hard, honest look at the financial choices he made throughout his life and how they slowly left him and his family drowning in a sea of debt.  Gabler does take full responsibility for his choices--for living … Continue reading Choices, Consequences, and Revisions