Why Gold is Real Money, Paper is Bad Money, and Bitcoin is Not Money

Precious metals as money emerged from the market out of necessity and their value is not subjective. They weren’t given value simply by decree of government (fiat literally means let it be by decree.) The value of gold is objective. It has properties that exist in the real world that fulfill certain desires and needs. Gold was valuable for thousands of years before it even became money; fiat dollars, which I’ll get to momentarily, and bitcoins weren’t valuable at all until they became money. See the difference?

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Schedule

Here is my schedule for the rest of the summer. Where I plan to be and when. Of course things are always subject to change. I spent an extra day in Burlington because I liked it so much. So, each city should be give or take a few. If you have any suggestions on what to do, recommendations on where to go, or if you just want to catch up and say hey while I'm in town, you can let me know in the comments section or contact page. 

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Why I Quit My Jobs to Travel, Part I

It was in that exact moment when I accepted that job that I finally came to understand the truth. I had a head on collision with what I already felt deep down in the pit of my stomach. It was crystal clear and undeniable: This existence is not fueling my soul and I need to seek one that does. Something has been calling to me from another place, a place where I will be a better fit, where my unique talents and contributions will make my life better and compound by making the lives of those around me better. Something has been pulling me though I can’t quite pinpoint from where. All I know for certain is that it’s not back there.

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