Month: October 2017

9 Frugal Wins and 3 Frugal Fails – Sep & October 2017

9 Frugal Wins and 3 Frugal Fails – Sep & October 2017

[This post may contain affiliate links at no additional cost to you. Please read my disclosures for more info.] Happy Monday! It’s been about 2 months since our last frugal win and frugal fail post. In case you missed it: 7 Frugal Wins – August 2017 & […]

6 Biggest Reasons Why Airbnb Is So Popular

6 Biggest Reasons Why Airbnb Is So Popular

[This post may contain affiliate links at no additional cost to you. Please read my disclosures for more info.] In the early days of Airbnb, the company stretched it’s reach to Craigslist and that gave the platform the kick-start it needed. Uploading onto Craigslist is no longer […]

Top 5 Sorry Ass Financial Mistakes of My Early 20s

Top 5 Sorry Ass Financial Mistakes of My Early 20s

Guys, these chain gangs are getting a little embarrassing. Alrighty, let’s start! [This post may contain affiliate links at no additional cost to you.] Warning: I just read this over. I’m sorry if some parts of it seem full of angst. I’m usually more hyper than this…case […]

When Having Too Much Money is Bad

When Having Too Much Money is Bad

Let’s picture you winning at life: you’ve been hardworking and ingenious with every career move…or something like a rich uncle passed away and left you with a fat inheritance. For any and whatever reason there’s suddenly more moolah coming in than you could ever imagine […]

8 Frugal Reasons to Have Two Phones

8 Frugal Reasons to Have Two Phones

Has anyone else noticed the skyrocketing prices of smartphones? Companies are pricing their new flagship smartphones to the tune of $1,000 depending on the storage size, color selection and contracted plans. Yikes. Although smartphones are an integral part of modern life, you do not need […]

4 Basic Investor Personality Types – Which One Are You?

4 Basic Investor Personality Types – Which One Are You?

  Before beginning to invest in the stock market, the investor needs to understand how they handle gains and losses that come with passive income. Some investors are “negative nellies” because they fear a downturn of stocks at every corner. These investors will have more […]

How We Save On Groceries (Lessons After 6 Months of Receipts!)

How We Save On Groceries (Lessons After 6 Months of Receipts!)

We’re not usually that family that keeps every single receipt in that one kitchen drawers, I swear. We only have 6 months worth of grocery receipts because I told my dad to keep certain receipts since we run an Airbnb. But as usual, my Chinese […]

21 Life Skills Millennials Should Learn Before Age 21

21 Life Skills Millennials Should Learn Before Age 21

Today, we’ve got a list of 21 life skills that needs to be part of a young millennial’s curriculum in order to manage life beyond the ivory towers. No straight up math because honestly, when is anyone ever going to use a logarithm again. I didn’t […]