Are you Ordinary? Here’s the Secret to Becoming Rich
Tue, 09/2/14 | 2 Comments

We’ve all seen the catchy headlines and probably even shamefully clicked on a few of them (no shame with THIS article though):
“Frugal teacher retires with $2 million in savings”.
“Mailman makes millions in the stock market.”
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I Could Buy my Old House for One-Third of the Price?
September 7, 2009 | 9 Comments
I Could Buy my Old House for One-Third of the Price?

A Lot can Change in the Housing Market in Two Years!
Two years ago I sold my previous home FSBO for $140K (that’s it in the picture and more pictures below). Just out of curiosity, I …

Why you Need to Put a Monetary & Qualitative Value on your Employee Benefits
September 1, 2009 | 6 Comments
Why you Need to Put a Monetary & Qualitative Value on your Employee Benefits

A few weeks back, I asked you all to vote on what employer sponsored benefit was your favorite. Out of 238 votes, the first place benefit was rather clear: medical, dental, and vision insurance. Here …

Don’t Move Without First Using these 4 Real Estate Websites
August 23, 2009 | 2 Comments
Don’t Move Without First Using these 4 Real Estate Websites

The Best Real Estate Search Sites
When looking to buy a house or move into a new apartment, there are a few essential real estate sites out there that you may want to first visit to …

The Beginners Guide to Playing Disc Golf
August 17, 2009 | 7 Comments
The Beginners Guide to Playing Disc Golf

What is Disc Golf?
Disc golf is a great recreational sport for all ranges of physical ability. Why cover it on a personal finance blog? Not only is disc golf very enjoyable, it’s also extremely inexpensive …

4 Investment Learnings from the Stock Market Collapse & Rally
August 11, 2009 | 3 Comments
4 Investment Learnings from the Stock Market Collapse & Rally

The greatest stock market collapse since the Great Depression has been humbling for just about everyone, especially those with a heavy concentration of investment funds in stocks. If you invested in stocks over the past …

A Look Into the Tiny House Movement with an Interview of Tiny Home Pioneer Jay Shafer
August 9, 2009 | 8 Comments
A Look Into the Tiny House Movement with an Interview of Tiny Home Pioneer Jay Shafer

The Tiny Home Movement

‘Home Downsizing’ has started to catch on like wildfire, particularly in the last year. Many people are simply no longer able to pay their mortgages after being laid off or getting their …


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