Are you insured?

August 21, 2009

I’m just gonna be honest. I hate paying for insurance. Notice my selective word choice. I said I hate PAYING for insurance, not that I hate insurance. Actually I love insurance. I sleep easier at night knowing that I could have a heart attack at any moment, but my life insurance will cover my funeral […]

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Monthly Expenses: July

August 20, 2009

Boo to the ya. Another month of spending is in the books and things are looking sexy. It’s time to take another brief look at where my July cash flow went. I’m pretty happy with my spending habits as of late, but am always looking for ways to spend even less. Here’s the breakdown… Explanation […]

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Kwajilein here I come!!!

August 19, 2009

If you’re like me, you’re scratching you’re head and thinking WTF. Well mi amigos, apparently Kwajilein is one of the freakin’ small islands within the Marshall Islands. Again, if you’re like me you’re wondering “Where the heck are the Marshall Islands?” A quick geography lesson shows that they are located between Hawaii and Australia. Check […]

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Go Little or Go Home

August 18, 2009

Did ya read my blog post on Friday? It was about going big or going home. I listed off five items I refuse to cheap out on. There were some interesting comments left so I encourage you to check it out. I figure we should mix things up on this lovely Tuesday morning. It’s time […]

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I’m gonna do it.

August 17, 2009

After a great deal of thought and a little bit of fear and insecurity, I decided I’m going to do it. I am going to intentionally not complete one of my 2009 goals. It’s actually much more serious than a one-year-goal. This was a lifetime goal. My first year out of college (2007) I committed […]

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Go Big or Go Home

August 14, 2009

What’s up beautiful people? Are you as excited as I am that it’s Friday!? You have been awesome at commenting and providing some pretty thought provoking conversations and debates at the end of each post. Since you are loyal commenters, I figure I’ll make today a “get to know each other” day. I’ll keep it […]

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High School Money

August 13, 2009

As people are looking for causes of the recent recession, I have heard it suggested (more than once) that high schools need to implement some kind of finance/money/economic course in their standard curriculum. It’s been argued that if people were equipped with sound financial principles in high school that the entire economy would be better […]

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