Next up in the Examine Your Motives Series, we're going to discuss something close to my heart: Buying a car. I've told you how we lost $14,500 by stupid mistakes. We didn't think about why we wanted or needed a car. But that's why I'm here: to help … [Read more...] about Examine Your Motives Series: Buying a Car
Trent at The Simple Dollar hosted this week's Carnival of Personal Finance #114, which included my own article "Classifying your debt: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly". Check out these other articles as well: One Snarky Chica with Issues writes … [Read more...] about Best Finance Posts from Carnival of Personal Finance #114
Around the Sun writes about their company's new bus pass program and how it's created a new fat-busting game. So what does that have to do with me? Because people envy my commute. I work in Washington, D.C., which is about 25 miles from my … [Read more...] about People envy my 50 mile roundtrip commute
I like the idea of small, fuel-efficient cars making their way to the US, especially hatchbacks, because of their versatility. However, I'm appalled that these small cars are touting their "32/38" fuel economy (such as the Honda Fit, Nissan Versa or … [Read more...] about Why the hype about small cars?