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How I CUT my Cost of Shaving by 90% with a Safety Razor
Mon, 06/23/14 | 22 Comments
How I CUT my Cost of Shaving by 90% with a Safety Razor

My entire post-pubescent life, I had used disposable and cartridge-based razors.
Like many in the 90’s era, I awkwardly started out with the plastic handle disposables. 1 blade (usually cheap and dull from the start), use …

Do you NEED Renter’s Insurance?
Wed, 09/11/13 | 2 Comments
Do you NEED Renter’s Insurance?

If you own a home, you NEED home insurance.
100%, without a doubt, if for no other reason than to protect your finances from catastrophic loss of real estate property (which can carry very high values) …

Summer of Saving is Over. A Recap & Next Steps
Tue, 09/3/13 | 4 Comments
Summer of Saving is Over. A Recap & Next Steps

The Summer of Saving has come to an end.
47 posts in 3 months – the most breakneck pace I’ve written at in the 6 years of this blog.
The series of  was a lot of fun …

How to Make your Own Non-Toxic Cleaning Products
Wed, 08/28/13 | 9 Comments
How to Make your Own Non-Toxic Cleaning Products

Even though most so-called “green” cleaners claim to be environmentally friendly and good for you, there really is no federal regulations of what “green” is (“green” is a subjective quality analogous to , not a …

Your Toilet Might be Leaking. Here’s how to Detect & Fix it
Tue, 08/27/13 | 3 Comments
Your Toilet Might be Leaking. Here’s how to Detect & Fix it

For a personal finance blogger, nothing is quite as satisfying as crafting a personal finance lesson analogy to a toilet:
“Sometimes the leaks that hurt the most are the tiny ones that go undetected.”
That felt good.
But …

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 …


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