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Good or Bad Personal Finance Cliche: “Your Home is an Investment”
Tue, 12/27/11 | 10 Comments
Good or Bad Personal Finance Cliche: “Your Home is an Investment”

This is the second in a series of posts that aim to dispel or reinforce common personal finance cliches. The first looked at the commonly used phrase, “A penny saved is a penny earned.”. Today, …

Good or Bad Personal Finance Cliche? “A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned”
Mon, 12/19/11 | 10 Comments
Good or Bad Personal Finance Cliche? “A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned”

It is human nature to want to simplify topics and concepts that are complex, layered, and sometimes difficult to understand.
It’s a complicated world out there and we are bombarded with information on a daily basis. …

The Cheapest College Towns to Live in & why you Should Consider Moving to One
Wed, 11/23/11 | 11 Comments
The Cheapest College Towns to Live in & why you Should Consider Moving to One

Having lived in two college towns (one as a student and one currently for employment), I can attest that they are great places to take up residence.
If I had to sum up in one word …

5 Reasons Why you Should Not Build a New Home
Wed, 03/30/11 | 14 Comments
5 Reasons Why you Should Not Build a New Home

We’ve all dreamed of building our own home (read: having someone else build it for us) at one point or another. After all, a home is a very personal thing. It’s the place where we …

5 Tips to Help you Cool Down your Heating Bill
Wed, 02/16/11 | 7 Comments
5 Tips to Help you Cool Down your Heating Bill

This is a guest post by Andrea Horn, personal finance coach and creator of Recession Proof Living. Considering I just spent $150 on my heating bill last month, I need to listen up! – G.E.

When …

7 HUGE Benefits to Downsizing into a Tiny Home
Wed, 08/11/10 | 24 Comments
7 HUGE Benefits to Downsizing into a Tiny Home

Tiny Home Movement is Growing Rapidly
Admittedly, I haven’t made the leap from a regular-sized home to a tiny home just yet. But that hasn’t stopped me from strongly considering it. I have a 1,000 sq. …


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