Our initial impressions after finally getting Tesla’s FSD Beta software turned on in our Model 3.
Monthly Archives: August 2022
President Biden to reduce student loans for millions
President Biden and his administration announce steps to forgive federal student loan debt for millions of borrowers.
Sen. Rick Scott wants to eliminate Social Security
What would you do if Social Security was retired and not replaced? One Republican Senator proposed the same earlier this year.
Are you prepared for extreme US heat?
A new study shows extreme heat will spread in intensity and duration in the US by 2023.
The House passes the Inflation Reduction Act
A quick summary of the historic Inflation Reduction Act that the US House has passed this week.
SoFi raises checking interest rates again to 2%
SoFi raises their checking and savings rate to 2.00%, on all balances.
Expanding our solar panels
We were fortunate to escape the Texas heat and drought for a month. Our electricity needs were minimal, with the house AC set to 78° F (25.5°C). Even with only the AC running, our solar production was eclipsed by running the AC through the night. This is due to high night time temperatures. The currentContinue reading “Expanding our solar panels”