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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 …

The Beginner’s Guide to Backpacking: Buying Backpacking Gear & Supplies
Sun, 06/7/09 | 12 Comments
The Beginner’s Guide to Backpacking: Buying Backpacking Gear & Supplies

The Benefits of Backpacking
Whether doing a week-long trek through the Grand Canyon, or a two night weekend hike at a nearby state park, backpacking has a number of great benefits and is relatively cheap in …

How to Use Ooma and Net10 to Cut your Phone Bills in Half
Sun, 03/1/09 | 38 Comments
How to Use Ooma and Net10 to Cut your Phone Bills in Half

I get excited about re-occurring monthly savings, so today was a good day. I had been paying about $60/month for 2 lines with a monthly Verizon family cell plan, but rarely ever used the 550 …

How Does the Economy & your Income Impact your Health?
Sun, 02/22/09 | 5 Comments
How Does the Economy & your Income Impact your Health?

Economics and income has always had a huge impact on health. Case in point: In a 2007 study released by the Economics Policy Institute, research showed that Social Security receiving males at age 60 had …

Can Money Buy Happiness?
Mon, 01/19/09 | 53 Comments
Can Money Buy Happiness?

Can Money Buy Happiness?
Can money buy happiness? It’s one of the most heavily disputed and researched questions of all time. Countless studies have been done, with each seemingly confirming the inconclusiveness of the last. I’ve …

8 Financial Mistakes that Lead to the Post-Grad Blues
Mon, 12/29/08 | 9 Comments
8 Financial Mistakes that Lead to the Post-Grad Blues

Student Finances: A Modern Day Tragedy
My apologies for those of you I sucked in by invigorating memories of dried noodles and chicken-like scents – this post will not encourage Ramen noodle eating (but it certainly …


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