Monthly Archives: May 2018

If you have noticed I’ve been writing quite a bit in the last week. I don’t have any plans to slow down in the foreseeable future. So Why Am I Measuring Progress On a Site That Isn’t Launched? If you...
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Month after month I keep looking at my bank account and have been pretty happy with the progress I’ve been making in paying down my debt. I keep theory crafting about what the best use of money long-term. But there...
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While I do work as a contractor (with the dream of being a full-time content creator), I’ve worked a lot of jobs in my career. When starting out in my professional career, I had to set up a set of...
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There are two methodologies regarding credit cards. One is, “Credit cards are bad and you should never get them”. While compared to, “Credit cards are great if they are used correctly“. At age 18, I got my first credit card....
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I figure this would be a fun one-off post on how I got free airfare from Allegiant several years ago. I don’t know if this trick will work again down the road for a different company or contest due automated software...
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I’m sure many of us have heard of the person who “had all the talent in the world” and eventually let all of their talents go to waste. This is often associated with “smarts”, “having great genes” or “athletics”. To...
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Level: Basic Finance Ideal For: Newcomers to Basic Finance & Lower-Income Households Level of Effort: Low According to Fortune – about 7% of the US adult population does not have a bank account setup. Not only that, but the same survey looked...
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