Monthly Archives: July 2018

While I do occasionally talk about being frugal, I’m a big fan of maximum value. For example, the best meal that could feed the family without cooking is Little Caesars Pizza. That said, “value” doesn’t mean the best. Today, I want...
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As a current cord cutter (and loving it) I wanted to create a beginners guide to cord cutting as this subject can get overwhelming very fast. Luckily, I hate super complicated stuff as I tend to give up after 5 minutes...
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Every week Mrs. Debt To Dough and I do our normal grocery shopping and get what we need for the week. About two weeks ago she was out of town and I went ahead and decided to not buy any...
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I don’t talk about net worth enough. But keeping track of your net worth should be a staple in setting up basic finance principles. The great thing about calculating & keeping track of your net worth is that this could be done once...
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It is a firm belief of mine that a vast majority of us would rather pursue our passions compared to working the day-to-day grind. Ideally, we would love to get paid to do our passion to the point where we...
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Looking for some sort of path or direction to get your finances in order? Or are you simply unsure of where to even begin on your financial journey? For most of us, having uncertainty can be stressful and uneasy. I...
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For many of us, climbing out of debt or even getting in debt leaves us asking, “How can I get out of financial ruin?”. Even if you are living paycheck to paycheck, you might be surprised to find out that...
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