By MadsowMadsow writes at Engineer A Debt Free Life. He is a nearly 30 year old test engineer striving to get out of debt. Instead of spending time doing unproductive things, he is spending his time researching frugal life and living for … [Read more...] about Frugal Eats! A three step approach to cut down the food bill
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I was speaking with my boss recently about college and our first jobs after graduation, and I used the word "lucky" to describe how I got my first job. It was my last on-site interview of the semester and I had already gone through about two dozen … [Read more...] about My prosperity was more than good luck!
By The Money HawkThis is a guest post by Kevin Geary at The Money Hawk. You can subscribe free to The Money Hawk via RSS or Email.No matter how many late night infomercials or Kiyosaki books you read, leveraging debt to build wealth is not a … [Read more...] about Credit Card Companies Are Fighting Back Against Consumers: Get Out of the Way!
I'll be gone for about 10 days, but don't worry, I've lined up about 16 guest articles from a wide range of authors from the 10th through the 20th. I've also thrown in one of my own new articles set to post this Tuesday (the 11th) that talks about … [Read more...] about Introducing My Guest Authors
If you live in the D.C. area and take public transit (as I do to work), you probably already know that if you use your SmartTrip card to board a bus within 2-3 hours (not sure which) of riding the Metro train, you get a 90-cent discount on your bus … [Read more...] about Washington Metro to offer bus-to-rail discounts in January 2009
Since we'll be using public computers at internet cafes and hotels while overseas in Israel, I've been worried about someone using a keystroke logging tool to record my keystrokes, thus gaining access to anything I log into, such as my Gmail account. … [Read more...] about Securing Your Email When Using Public Computers