Category: Save Money

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Being Frugal is Easier When You’re Young & Healthy

Being Frugal is Easier When You’re Young & Healthy

“Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today.” Mark Twain was not addressing young people finances when he said that but he might as well be, it’s true. It’s easier to save money when you’re young even though it may not seem like […]

11 Surprising Downsides of Being a Successful Vlogger on YouTube

11 Surprising Downsides of Being a Successful Vlogger on YouTube

Imagine traveling around the worlds, for free, eating the best food out there for a living…that is what being a successful vlogger is all about right?! Mikey Chen, Mark Wiens, Andrew Zimmerman and countless others – ’em lucky ducks. Even if Zimmerman has to eat some […]

What’s In The Fridge? Our Discount Grocery Haul 🍏

What’s In The Fridge? Our Discount Grocery Haul 🍏

I wrote a pretty basic post on our approach to keeping our grocery bills super low almost 6 months ago. It’s how we approach shopping and it doesn’t necessarily follow all the standard recommendations. We don’t plan our meals ahead of time and we only […]

Is Not Having Financial Literacy An Excuse For Being Broke? – Read & Take Our Poll

Is Not Having Financial Literacy An Excuse For Being Broke? – Read & Take Our Poll

A majority of Americans are financially illiterate. That means if you offered them an 8.56% interest rate on a used car, most of them wouldn’t know enough be able to scream and run away ASAP. Is not possessing the basics of financial literacy an excuse? […]

How Soapy is Geoarbitraging in China

How Soapy is Geoarbitraging in China

You know what they say: there’s more than one way to skin a cat! (No one says this. Who says this? Why is this a saying.) It’s a gross way of saying there’s more than one way to reach your goal. So if you want […]

Failure Resume? No. Cover Letter? No…More Like Confessional.

Failure Resume? No. Cover Letter? No…More Like Confessional.

I don’t know if anyone has noticed but I went down from posting 3 times a week two months ago to 2 times a week. It’s not a big change, I never felt like I needed to explain my reasoning. After a year of healing, I […]

7 Long Term Bonding Things We Do As Newlyweds (To Ward Off Divorce)

7 Long Term Bonding Things We Do As Newlyweds (To Ward Off Divorce)

“Ah. Passion, puppy love, promise…” I had an outing on Sunday with my friend Valerie and I gushed on and on about my husband (he stayed at home to diligently do taxes like a good boy.) Valerie probably should have told me to shut up. […]