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My Cheap DIY Kitchen Renovation: $3,329
Mon, 01/12/15 | 13 Comments
My Cheap DIY Kitchen Renovation: $3,329

Kitchen renovations are expensive (the average major kitchen renovation cost is $54K!). However, they don’t have to be, with a little DIY effort, planning, and thinking outside of the box. The following story shares how …

The Cheapest New Cars of 2015
Wed, 01/7/15 | 13 Comments
The Cheapest New Cars of 2015

Update: I have since published a list of the cheapest new cars of 2016 as well.
Every year, I research and publish a ranking of the cheapest new cars sold in the United States. This post …

Reviewing Last Year’s Biggest Wins & Losses & Setting 2015 Goals
Mon, 01/5/15 | 25 Comments
Reviewing Last Year’s Biggest Wins & Losses & Setting 2015 Goals

Every year, I like to pause and reflect on what my wife and I have accomplished over the previous year, as well as where we fell short of our goals and see room for improvement. …

The Genius of Tiny Homes (with Inspiring TEDx Talk)
Mon, 12/15/14 | 28 Comments
The Genius of Tiny Homes (with Inspiring TEDx Talk)

I’ve talked about the benefits of tiny home living a number of times in the past, and for good reason: the average US home size is at an all time high of 2,598 square feet …

The Cheap Garage Renovation Project: $158!
Tue, 12/9/14 | 7 Comments
The Cheap Garage Renovation Project: $158!

Over the summer, my better half and I wrapped up our latest renovation project – the garage!
I wasn’t wise enough to take “before pictures” so that I could post a before/after comparison here (yeah, dumb), …

The Millennial Personal Savings Rate is in. Sound the Alarms!
Mon, 11/17/14 | 13 Comments
The Millennial Personal Savings Rate is in. Sound the Alarms!

When someone asks me to give them one personal finance metric to really focus on that matters more than any other, there is no hesitation in my reply: “personal savings rate“.
No matter which way you …


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