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A New Car with 84 MPG at $6,800? Would you Buy an Elio Motors Car?
Thu, 08/28/14 | 30 Comments
A New Car with 84 MPG at $6,800? Would you Buy an Elio Motors Car?

I’m a bit of a car geek when it comes to automotive fuel efficiency gains.
But I’ve grown a bit cynical over the years. You see, every now and then a tiny car will come along …

Credit Karma Now Offers Free Credit Report Access!
Mon, 08/18/14 | 3 Comments
Credit Karma Now Offers Free Credit Report Access!

Longtime readers will know that I have been using Credit Karma to monitor my credit score for a while now. The free consumer credit information service (best way I can think of to describe it) built …

DIY Oil Changes: Are the Cost Savings Worth it?
Mon, 08/4/14 | 34 Comments
DIY Oil Changes: Are the Cost Savings Worth it?

My wife and I wrapped up our kitchen renovation project a few months ago, and the only thing we paid someone else to do was to install our countertops (kind of hard to transport (30 …

$1 Saved in your 20′s Equals $10 Saved in your 50′s!
Mon, 07/14/14 | 25 Comments
$1 Saved in your 20′s Equals $10 Saved in your 50′s!

$1 saved in your twenties can be the equivalent of $10 saved in your fifties, if invested over time.
Hard to believe? It’s true.
Actually, $10.06 to be exact – at an average annual rate of return …

The Patio Swing Restoration Project
Wed, 07/2/14 | 3 Comments
The Patio Swing Restoration Project

My wife and I have a patio swing that was gifted to us about 7 years ago, when we moved in to our current home.
It sits right outside of the back sliding door, on our …

The Art of Drying Yourself Off for Cheap
Mon, 06/16/14 | 20 Comments
The Art of Drying Yourself Off for Cheap

Here’s a fun little idea that can lead to you reducing your impact while saving money, simultaneously.
Instead of using a monster-sized towel to dry yourself off when exiting the shower (leaving it just partially wet), …


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