â€œDad, my Xbox doesn't read discs anymore, it just says the tray is empty.â€ My son had taken his Xbox to a friend's house the night before. I wasn't thrilled that he was taking it out of the house, and unfortunately my concerns … [Read more...] about How I Got A Brand New Xbox For $100
Matthew found my article "Can we be a single-income household" and asked the following question: Mike, I read your article about becoming a single income household and I have a question. My wife and I recently had our second child and she just … [Read more...] about Going Single-Income: Help a Reader Make the Decision
This is part eleven of the Ways to Save Money Series. Growing up, many of us in the Gen-X and Y generations, and even the Baby Boomers, were taught that â€œthe world is yoursâ€ and â€œyou are different, unique, and valuableâ€. While I agree that … [Read more...] about Ways to Save #11: Learn to Say NO!
I wanted to highlight a few great articles Stacie wrote over at Building Nutrition with regards to gift ideas for your children, nieces, nephews, random street hooligans and so forth: Gifts related to Physical Activity Gifts related to … [Read more...] about Health and Fitness Gift Ideas for Kids
I am a Catholic Christian, but I try not to force my beliefs on others as I am still resolving truths for myself. However, I don't like devious marketing schemes meant for ill intent. I want to inform my readers that a new movie, based on a very … [Read more...] about PSA: The Truth About “The Golden Compass”
This Saturday at the Washington D.C. Grand Hyatt Hotel (directions), the Freddie Mac Foundation, along with others, is sponsoring an Adoption Expo with more than 30 public and private adoption agencies, workshops, discussion groups, available … [Read more...] about Washington D.C. Adoption Expo – Saturday, December 1st, 2007