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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 […]

I’m back from my honeymoon suckers, but as you can imagine, it’s a little crazy adjusting to life with Mrs. Ninja right now. We did a crap load of wedding gift unpacking yesterday. Today will be the last guest post I run before I get back in the swing of things. I miss you all […]

Surviving a Short Sale

August 13, 2010 · 8 comments

Today’s guest post comes from Trina. She is living the dream as a stay at home mommy to twins and looking forward to holding another sweet babe again in late fall. In between baking macaroni and cheese, reading fairy tales and folding laundry she tries to balance the budget for her sweet family of four […]

Today’s guest post comes fromJesse Michelsen, who is a freelance writer and the creator of Personal Finance Firewall. He’s a married guy with a great wife, couple of baby girls and a passion for life. Marriage, what a wonderful and joyous occasion! That is what brings me to guest post here. As you all know, […]

Today’s guest post is brought to us by the Car Negotiation Coach. If you get a chance, check out his strategy to systematically reduce the price of a new car and other helpful car buying advice. Don’t tell our friends and family, but my wife and I have a drawer filled with gift cards in […]

Today’s post comes from my homegirl Sandy. She blog’s at firstgenamerican.com. She loves reading about personal finance and frugal living. Her frugal side comes from her immigrant mom who definitely falls into the camp of the frugal extreme.  She currently goes by Sandy L in my blog comments. Here’s her post…. I have two children […]

  Today’s guest post comes from Larry who works in the software industry as a writer and multimedia designer, and has been collecting art for about four years. When he’s not traipsing around galleries in Chelsea or Williamsburg, he can often be found cooking, writing, and playing Beethoven very badly on his home piano. Chances […]