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Getting Paid to Do What you Love: A Close Look at Marketable Hobbies
Sun, 02/21/10 | 6 Comments
Getting Paid to Do What you Love: A Close Look at Marketable Hobbies

There was a really positive response to the ‘marketable hobby’ concept in my post about shifting the perception of what retirement is and should be, so I thought it would be great to explore it …

The First Steps to Stop Dreaming & Start Retiring – NOW!
Mon, 02/15/10 | 19 Comments
The First Steps to Stop Dreaming & Start Retiring – NOW!

Fantasizing about retirement is a favorite past-time for just about anyone who has ever held a 9-to-5. But that dream of what lies ahead is starting to look a whole lot different these days.
How I …

Avoid Putting your Bridesmaids & Groomsmen in Debt
Sun, 01/31/10 | 19 Comments
Avoid Putting your Bridesmaids & Groomsmen in Debt

If you’re in that twenty to thirty-something age range, odds are that you have friends and family who are getting married. If you are close with any of them, there’s a good chance you will …

The Top 5 Best Android Personal Finance Apps (& they are Free)
Sat, 01/23/10 | 11 Comments
The Top 5 Best Android Personal Finance Apps (& they are Free)

If you’re going to shell out the cash for a smart phone and data plan, you might as well harness some helpful personal finance applications to recoup some of that money! Google’s Android platform has …

Why Graduate Degrees Are a Rip Off: Crunching the Numbers
Thu, 01/21/10 | 75 Comments
Why Graduate Degrees Are a Rip Off: Crunching the Numbers

This one should fire you up one way or the other. I’ve been in many a heated debate about this very topic before. So let’s have some fun with it. I’m going to come out …

The Free Alternatives to Microsoft Office
Sun, 01/10/10 | 9 Comments
The Free Alternatives to Microsoft Office

Is there a Free Microsoft Office Alternative?
This may be old news for some, but apparently not everyone has made the switch from Microsoft Office, as you will soon find out.
A few years ago, when I …


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