bitter blogging

I decided to partake in a little Memorial Day tennis activity yesterday with a good college friend. After we established a time to play, I volunteered to purchase new tennis balls (we are kinda spoiled we only play with fresh balls each time). There is a Rite Aid awkwardly close to my house, and although […]

So I live in California, the most powerful state in the country…and by powerful I mean embarassing. If you not aware, we had a special election yesterday for a bunch of different ballot measures that attempted to “help” California meet it’s budget. Essentially, nothing passed and Californians made it pretty clear they are fed up […]

I try to avoid Wal-Mart whenever possible. I have read to many sketchy things about the way they treat their employees to shop there on a regular basis, not to mention it’s always crowded and I feel like I need to take a cold shower when I leave. Also, I’m a fan of supporting the “little guy” […]

Looks like this debt puncher is going back to college. That’s right, I’m gonna get me a PhDizzle and I owe it all to Upromise. I signed up with them after I graduated college, about two years ago. I have my account linked to my credit card, which I use for EVERY purchase I make […]

“I’ve always been lazy, I can’t change.“ This was a quote from one of the kids that I tutor, oh wait, tutored. That’s right I was forced to resign on Monday by the young chaps’ parents…and honestly I can’t blame them. I’ll give ya a little background on this kid. His parents are ridonkulously wealthy […]

How much would you pay for the sunshine? Is it worth a 10% income tax? How ’bout a housing market few can afford? I personally think California is overrated. I grew up in the Pacific Northwest and after living in California for 6 years I have realized it’s just not worth the cost. Not only […]