I had no idea.

September 28, 2010 · 49 comments

Wife Ninja is a freakin’ bed hog. Like out of control, bed hog. She takes up all of her side and at least 80% of mine. Oh and did I mention we sleep on a full size mattress? I can’t wait to get my hands on a bigger mattress. At least a queen and maybe […]

Frugal mans paradise

September 1, 2010 · 32 comments

As I shared in an earlier blog post, I am the proud owner of a 46″ flat screen HDTV. It’s pretty much the most glorious thing I’ve ever owned and it was definitely my favorite wedding gift. But with a great TV comes great responsibility. One of those responsibilities is ensuring I’m putting that television […]

The $100 discussion

August 30, 2010 · 45 comments

So, Mrs. Ninja and I merged our bank accounts the other day. What’s mine is hers and whats hers is…hers. Wait that’s not right Seriously though, for us combining accounts made the most sense. Merging accounts was super easy, what’s a little trickier is figuring out how to set up boundaries. Something tells me Mrs. […]

Nothing on this earth scares me more than initializing auto-payments from my checking account. Actually, I take that back. If I came home expecting to see Girl Ninja, but instead saw this guy, I’d probably be more freaked out… …but not by much. I’ve never liked the idea of giving another company permission to access […]

If you show me yours, I’ll show you mine. Your credit card bill that is. What? Are you embarrassed about the $50 you spent last month on Jack in the Crack? Well, I bet you got nothing on me. I generally don’t blog about my monthly CC statement because it’s usually pretty standard, but this […]

Life Craziness

July 22, 2010 · 11 comments

Yesterday was one heck of a day. Girl Ninja and I were faced with having to make a HUGE life decision that we were not expecting. As a result of yesterday’s craziness, I sit here at 12:04am with little energy and no desire to blog. I know I’m being totally ambiguous and lame about details, […]

This whole wedding deal is totally challenging my inner frugal self. I’m just not a huge fan of money leaving my accounts. I love putting in it, and hate taking it out. It’s pretty stupid when you think about it actually. It would be like if I bought a really nice cut of meat, but […]