Boxing Day is my least favourite day, because dad locks me in my room for another year.
He had a 5-game stretch to start the year of 23 catches for 194 yards as well.
Numbers from Stathead (you can go through gamelogs back to 1950). These are all the receivers that recorded 25+ catches and fewer than 200 yards receiving:
I’ve been planning my “RE” escape for years. The journey was not overnight and the raw NW story is here. My taxable portfolio (verification sent to /u/WealthyStoic) is currently as follows:
This currently kicks off about $350,000 per year in dividends and interest.
I also have a retirement account with about $1.3 million in VUG, and my home is fully paid for and worth about $2.5 million.
I have other meaningful assets too, the most significant is my law practice, which I’d value at $5 million (more on that in a minute). I’m another successful PI attorney, although I have some side hustles that make me about $250K per year too.
When it’s all said and done (i.e., when I sell my house, liquidate my side hustles, and dispose of my interest in my law practice), I should have a portfolio of about $23 million. My plan is to keep $300K in cash, which is about 1-year worth of living expenses for me and my family to live comfortably, and put the rest into VOO/DGRO/SCHD in proportion to what I already have listed above. That will kick off about $470,000 in income which, after-tax, should be about $400,000.
My gross income from law practice looks something like this for the past 15 years (I’ve been practicing even longer though):
I've read other stories on here about lawyers. Some make more than me, most others less.
As far as law practice goes, I really enjoyed it but it’s time for a new chapter since, among other things, I’ll be 50 this year. Also, to be blunt, I’m not terribly sure law practice, even my own, will remain this lucrative. Indeed, I am planning for 2021 to be substantially lower than 2020 based on our case inventory and given both existing and pending changes in our field it’s likely to become less profitable in my opinion. I also have a very unique injury practice that would be difficult to replicate and, since I don’t want to dox myself, I am going to have to be short on those details.
It will suffice to say that it’s a very personal law practice that I cannot comfortably hand off to someone else. It will not be nearly... keep reading on reddit ➡
Okay so I'm a female and I have never had a lot of stretch marks but I've always found them so beautiful on people!
I remember looking at people with stretch marks and thinking that they look so pretty! Its like painting strokes painted with a gentle stroke. I love the blue/purple ones but especially the ones that "healed" and kindof look like scars.
It's not a kink or anything I've just always found them beautiful and "elegant" in a way. I never knew people found them ugly until I heard people being insecure about them. Please don't be they are so pretty!!