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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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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In my dirty basement days, I always kept stressing about every bill that was approaching. I learned to automate it by having automatic payments over manual. But that didn’t exactly solve the problem of keeping track when each bill was due and...
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Looking to grow your blog? As someone who has recently been blogging on his own for about 6 weeks now, I can safely say that it takes a lot of time and effort to grow it. I mentioned in an earlier...
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I will be the first one to say that I hated my old theme. I pretty much mention it on every blogging post (just saying). But today I want to talk about the mistakes I’ve made and go over what I did to...
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While one of my goals is to become Hokage win an award for the best personal finance blog for the everyman, I realize that I have a long way to go and the journey won’t be easy. I also have to...
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