Today we welcome back our regular Thursday contributor, Jen from The Happy Homeowner!
The sun is shining, the bees are buzzing, and the year is halfway over… That’s right, 6 out of the 12 months of the year have already passed us by. Perhaps you’ve been busy with work, have been facing certain challenges, or have been floating along in a seamless drift of bliss and happiness…
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Being that I’m sure everyone is busy today, I’ll just give you one photo today (and I didn’t even take it).
I hope everyone has a great July 4th and please stay safe!
Photo by Andy Karmy
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We have had yet another week of limited sleep with Nicholas deciding that he doesn’t like his normal bed time and prefers to go to sleep in the wee hours of the morning…
Also to make matters worse, the last 2 nights the people across the road have been deciding to move house between the hours of 11pm and 3am…
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Good morning Dinks. As you know I have had my share of personal financial struggles. Now I live a very conservative financial life. I don’t save every single penny that I make but I do think twice before spending any money and if I choose to splurge the benefit has to really be worth the cost.
I had my share of trouble with money in the past because I did not live on a budget and I spent more money every month than I actually earned…
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When it comes to buying a home, you may think that your only option is a 30-year, fixed rate mortgage. But there are plenty of options out there.
Here’s a basic overview of 16 types of mortgages, some common and some less so.
Fixed Rate Mortgage
Fixed rate mortgages are the most popular option because set interest rates mean predictable monthly payments…
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Over the past decade automotive technology has made SUVs substantially safer than their archaic predecessors. One of the biggest concerns regarding these vehicles was that they had a substantially higher chance of flipping than other cars on the market. If an accident of this nature were to occur and one party was at fault then …
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Protecting Your Income from Death and Disability
Club Thrifty – Stop spending. Start living.Like most couples, Greg and I didn’t have a lot of money to work with when we first got married. As time moved along, we started to make more and more money – which meant that we also accrued more and more assets…
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I hope everyone is enjoying their 4th of July celebrations. I get to hang out with a friend, and meet new ones. A far cry from where I was a month ago I suppose, but so much happier I changed … Continue reading →The post Happy 4th of July! appeared first on Financial Black Sheep.
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Happy 4th of July to all of my readers here in the States! I know that for many of my non-American readers, today is just like any other normal day and you will go about your normal daily routine. Since I am taking the day off I thought that I would share this nice little infographic I came across that offers a few silly statistics in relation to the Holiday, like the lack of historical awareness about the Holiday…
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Today’s post is by my awesome staff writer Jordann. Enjoy!
As we all know, Michelle is the queen of the side hustle. She has pretty much turned it into an art at this point.
If you need evidence of this, just take a read through her most recent extra income posts. It’s inspiring and impressive what she’s been able to achieve while still maintaining a full-time job…
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I was talking with a friend the other day and we were talking about saving money on some monthly bills. I had indicated that I was looking into testing out another prepaid cell phone service. I have tried out Straight Talk and I liked it, but I didn’t like their terms. You can check out my review of Straight Talk to make your own opinion…
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Wow, it’s hard to believe that this is the fifth Fourth of July post that I’ve ever done. There was the one back in 2009, when I was first getting started, the one in 2010, when the Yakezie were getting going and I was heading off to grad school, the one in 2011, halfway through my grad school career, and of course, the one last year, when my research was winding down (and my blog was hitting its high point, a goal I hope to match, and then exceed, before too long…)…
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Given that today is Independence Day, stop reading blogs and go out and celebrate. Do some grilling, watch some fireworks, and spend time with friends and family. Regular posting will resume on Saturday with some link love.
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