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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 …

The Beginner’s Guide to Backpacking: Buying Backpacking Gear & Supplies
Sun, 06/7/09 | 11 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 …

Net10 Review
Sun, 04/19/09 | 94 Comments
Net10 Review

Net10 Review
A little over a month ago I made the decision to drop Verizon Wireless as my mobile carrier in favor of a combination of the no monthly fee Ooma VOIP system and my wireless …

5 Ways Twenty Somethings can Financially Benefit from the Recession
Sun, 03/22/09 | 10 Comments
5 Ways Twenty Somethings can Financially Benefit from the Recession

This recession has put a little fear into all of us, and in real terms, it has also impacted just about all of us in some way or another. In the last few months, my …

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 …


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