Banks are to blame for the rainforest woes.

June 29, 2009

Quit being a wuss. Subscribe to my blog. I think I have discovered the exact scientific reason the longevity of the rainforest is being threatened. If my calculations are correct (which they are always are) then Chase, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, and every other big bank to roam the earth is directly responsible. Don’t […]

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Getting pregnant is trendy.

June 26, 2009

*please excuse my poor grammar in the baby text bubble…im an idiot* Let’s get pregnant, everyone is doing it. Pregnancy is the new pink. It appears the fall must be a good time to get to baby making because a lot of my facebook friends will be poppin’ out “little ones” this summer. Looking at […]

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Sizing people up.

June 25, 2009

*I apologize in advance, today’s post is in no way related personal finance and is probably not my best work. But it’s something I thought about a handful of times yesterday and wanted your input* Sizing people up, we all do it. I probably do it subconsciously to every person I make eye contact with. […]

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Hi ho, Hi ho, it’s off to Texas I go.

June 24, 2009

It’s time for this San Diego beach bum to put on a pair of cowboy boots and a pair of leather chaps cause I’m on my way to Houston. I’ve been practicing my southern drawl and been downing sweet tea by the gallon to prepare. I’m going to be there from the June 24th to […]

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Dear Debt Punchers, quit being so awesome!

June 23, 2009

I freakin’ love you guys. Like seriously, I have a huge crush on all my readers. You have consistently provided solid feedback, comments, and suggestions. On more than one occasion I have proposed a personal dilemma, only to have you PF’ers beat some financial sense in to me. It started when I was having a […]

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Sometimes the best investments return no money

June 22, 2009

Can ya guess where this article is going? It’s time to get all sentimental up in hurr and take a step away from money… kind of. If you’re like me, it’s probably not uncommon for you to make everything become a monumental financial decision. I have been trying to balance my priorities and make sure […]

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Monthly Expenses: May

June 19, 2009

It’s my favorite time of the month again. I get to take a looksey at where my May cash flow came from and went to. It was a historical month for me as this was the first time I have brought home over $5,000 in one month. Can I get a booyah!? Welcome to my […]

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