In June I announced my mission to pay off $9,888.00 in debt by the end of the year. I'll be utilizing every means necessary to do it, including: Reducing weekly spending Re-starting my mystery shopping side hustle Pick up extra writing … [Read more...] about August Update: $10,000 Debt Repayment Update
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I was on my way home from work, taking Friday afternoon off. My wife and I were discussing what we were going to have for lunch. She stated she had been in the mood for a fish sandwich from Culver's. I knew one was off the next exit, so I offered to … [Read more...] about Save Money By Splitting Fast Food
Great quality seafood is one of my favorite things to eat, but I hate paying restaurant prices for it. I'd much rather buy it at a store and make it at home or purchase it online via Blue Apron. Sometimes it's difficult to find great quality seafood … [Read more...] about Costco Seafood Roadshow: Great Seafood, Great Value
Every backyard chef has their preference between using a gas or charcoal grill. There are opinions about whether food cooked over charcoal tastes better, or if the convenience of gas makes that variety of grill superior. These opinions are all … [Read more...] about Gas or Charcoal; Which Type Of Grill Is Cheaper To Use?
For nearly two decades, consumers have been able to invest money and trade stocks online. The rise of mobile devices and social media has boosted the trend, giving traders increased and easier access to their investment portfolios and news about … [Read more...] about Copy Trader Apps Fuel Online Trading in Increasingly Mobile World
I tried something a little different this weekend, attempting to spend only cash. I found that sticking to cash only spending can be difficult, as temptation to ditch the greenbacks in my wallet in favor of swiping plastic can rear it's ugly head at … [Read more...] about Cash Vs. Convenience