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The Story of Stuff & its Impact on your Personal Finances
Wed, 12/9/09 | No Comment
The Story of Stuff & its Impact on your Personal Finances

The Story of Stuff
I just watched “The Story of Stuff” for the first time on YouTube. I have always been very motivated to reduce my energy usage, minimize my consumption, and live a life that …

Why you Need to Put a Monetary & Qualitative Value on your Employee Benefits
Tue, 09/1/09 | 6 Comments
Why you Need to Put a Monetary & Qualitative Value on your Employee Benefits

A few weeks back, I asked you all to vote on what employer sponsored benefit was your favorite. Out of 238 votes, the first place benefit was rather clear: medical, dental, and vision insurance. Here …

The Beginners Guide to Playing Disc Golf
Mon, 08/17/09 | 7 Comments
The Beginners Guide to Playing Disc Golf

What is Disc Golf?
Disc golf is a great recreational sport for all ranges of physical ability. Why cover it on a personal finance blog? Not only is disc golf very enjoyable, it’s also extremely inexpensive …

20 Backpacking Tips for Beginners
Wed, 06/24/09 | 13 Comments
20 Backpacking Tips for Beginners

Hopefully, the catchy title sucked you in. We previously covered what backpacking gear to purchase, what food and clothing to bring, and how to properly train for backpacking. All of that stuff is great and …

How to Train & Prepare for your Backpacking Trip
Thu, 06/18/09 | 5 Comments
How to Train & Prepare for your Backpacking Trip

I love backpacking. And as this is a finance AND lifestyle blog, I’ve been covering the basics of backpacking lately. Backpacking can save you money over typical vacations every time you hike, get to experience …

Choosing the Right Backpacking Food & Clothing
Thu, 06/11/09 | 4 Comments
Choosing the Right Backpacking Food & Clothing

In the last post on buying backpacking gear supplies, there were two noticeable things left out by design – food and clothing. Why? It’s hard to survive without either – but almost equally as challenging …


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