Last week I mentioned the book The Richest Man in Babylon. This tome of financial advice is often regarded as a classic in the field. It occurred to me,.
People have been doing accounting for a long time, way before hledger was created. I was reminded of this when visiting a museum this summer. One of the displays.
The book Atomic Habits recently caught my interest. As I learned about its central ideas, I started wondering how they could be applied to hledger. Here are three ways:.
hledger version 1.31 now available I saw the recent announcement for the release of hledger 1.31, so getting the new version was one of my priorities for this last.
Last week I described my goal of changing my hledger account names to lowercase (except for proper nouns). For example, instead of I wished to have In short, the.
As mentioned last week, I wanted to change my account names to lowercase. For example, instead of my current: Expenses:Groceries I wished to have: expenses:groceries I also had waxed.
Sometimes you need to change some data in your hledger file. For example, you made purchases from Acme, but you realize that in your hledger file the name was.
To follow up on the August 3 Thoughtful Thursday post immediately below, it’s worth looking at the last step in the diagram. Specifically, you want to improve your life.
One worthwhile reason to use hledger is to improve your life and the lives of those around you. How does that work? I created the diagram below, inspired by.
The hledger book of the month is Make it Stick: The Science of Successful Learning, by Peter C. Brown, Henry L. Roediger III, and Mark A. McDaniel. What does.