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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! Warning: I just read this over. I’m sorry if some parts of it seem full of angst. I’m currently digging into a deliciously gothic book (listening to it right now) and it’s been […]

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

4 Basic Investor Personality Types

Hello! I wrote a guest post for my dear friend Satan (Mr. AE: “Long Story, I am Satan”) from Apathy Ends. I wrote a small prequel of why my husband was so against investing and why it took me a week of tantrums to get […]

How We Keep Our Food Costs So Low – 6 Months of Receipts Reveals All

How We Keep Our Food Costs So Low – 6 Months of Receipts Reveals All

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

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 […]