Let’s get right to the point today shall we? I go out of my way to ensure my personal finances are significantly more complicated than they should be. In fact, I’d even go as far as to say that I sleep better at night because of it. No, I haven’t lost all my marbles, I […]
And now, as promised, The most comprehensive guide on “how to become debt free” ever written… Spend less than you make. -The end.
Girl Ninja and I have made multiple intentional decisions on how we can best reign in spending and control our costs. We don’t have cable, we rent a one bedroom apartment, and we try to buy as much stuff as we can on sale. We intentionally cut costs to save money. Last night, however, I […]
I was really hoping to avoid talking about Occupy Wall Street again. I gave insights in to my stance on the movement last week and didn’t feel as though more needed to be said. That was until yesterday when I read this story on the Huffington Post… While the Occupy Wall Street movement continues to […]
I’ve been tracking the delivery of my iPhone 4s like a hawk. In fact, it should be getting dropped off at my door in the next few hours. I’ve been rockin’ the iPhone 3G like a boss for over three years now — longest I’ve ever had one phone — and it’s time for an […]
A week or two ago, I wrote an article titled “You’re not debt free if you have debt.” It was a relatively successful post, receiving just shy of 70 comments. I’ve been meaning to address one of the comments left in the article…. My Rebuttal: Stu, you sir are a Dumb-Dumb head. I can’t really […]
My girl Krystal over at Give Me Back My Five Bucks wrote a post the other day about her plan to accelerate her mortgage payments. The article ended up getting picked up by The Consumerist and getting over 170 comments. My favorite of those 170 comments was by far and away the first one. It […]