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Zen and the Art of DIY Home Maintenance & Repair
Mon, 08/26/13 | 8 Comments
Zen and the Art of DIY Home Maintenance & Repair

Some of the biggest housing costs you will come across are completely and frustratingly unpredictable.
The only thing that is certain is that if you are a homeowner long enough, you are going to get hit …

How to Homebrew your Own Beer & Cut the Cost of Beer Consumption
Fri, 08/23/13 | 7 Comments
How to Homebrew your Own Beer & Cut the Cost of Beer Consumption

Cut the Cost of Beer with Homebrewing
If you’ve been known to enjoy a pale ale with a burrito or an Irish stout with just about anything (we’re talking good beer here, not cheap watered-down urine …

Learn How to Cut your Own Hair (& Save Millions)
Wed, 08/21/13 | 8 Comments
Learn How to Cut your Own Hair (& Save Millions)

The Haircut Story:
You wake up. Look in the mirror every 4 weeks or so. And say to yourself, “You know, I’m starting to look a little scraggly. I should probably get in for a haircut …

Insource your Way to Financial & Life Fulfillment
Mon, 08/19/13 | 3 Comments
Insource your Way to Financial & Life Fulfillment

I’m going to put a wrap on the Summer of Saving series with something that I think is vitally essential to personal finance and life success.
Non-coincidentally, it is something that has severely fallen out of …

How to Save on Auto Insurance: 11 Auto Insurance Discounts to Look in to
Thu, 08/15/13 | 7 Comments
How to Save on Auto Insurance: 11 Auto Insurance Discounts to Look in to

Do you Need Auto Insurance?
If you’re not going to get rid of a car, you need auto insurance on it.
Just about every state requires at least some type of auto insurance coverage. At a very …

The Most Powerful Tool to Cut Miles Driven, Gas, & Vehicle Costs (and it’s Free)
Wed, 08/14/13 | 20 Comments
The Most Powerful Tool to Cut Miles Driven, Gas, & Vehicle Costs (and it’s Free)

The average miles driven per year in the U.S. for a 20-34 year old is 15,098. 35-54 year-olds come in at 15,291.
That’s a lot of driving.
Actually, it’s enough driving to cross the entire United States …


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