Why a Business and Not a Job?
You may be wondering why not just get a part-time job to earn some extra money? You certainly can and that’s always an option…
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1. How valuable is living space?
2. Meditation and money
3. Using multiple investing houses
4. Cheating wife
5. First investment steps
Summertime means garage sales — lots of ‘em. From visiting neighborhood garage sales to cruising the city in search of signs, garage sales can be a fun and frugal way to stock up on needed items. Hosting a garage sale can also bring in additional cash for items that you no longer need or want…
My wife had a good idea yesterday, and that was to pull out an older-but-goody article from this blog every now and then and re-post it. A) Because only like 5 people probably saw it back then, haha… and b) to give me a break from thinking all the time 😉 I told her it was so good that I was going to start today! (At which point she threw on the shocked face knowing that I usually just smile and nod at her ideas and then carry on ;))
Sooooo… I present to you today, a post I first wrote back on June 27, 2008! Albeit a much cleaner, more punctuated, version, haha… I wasn’t much of a grammar care’er back in the day, nor apparently altogether now either 😉 The interesting part, though, is that this post still applies today as much as it did back then…
We often think of investments in terms of dollars and cents. Financial investments are judged on their ability to show a monetary profit over time. But how about an investment in a life skill that will reward you mentally, physically, emotionally, and even socially for all the years of your life? One of the best things I ever did was pick up a stranger’s guitar at a party when I was 17…
When it comes to the cost of living, I think the main focus should be on the cost of housing. Paying $1,000 a month versus $3,000 a month can make a huge difference in your personal finances and lifestyle. Today I want to discuss how cost of living – housing and rental prices in particular – impact personal finances and lifestyle…
Recently, Michael Delgado of Experian interviewed me for one of their Experian chats. We covered a lot of ground in the Google Hangout, including my journey into blogging, how to do more with your money, and even some beginner blogging tips for those who are interested in starting one of their own and possibly make some money on the side…