Category: Tips and Tricks

2nd Annual Thrifty Guy of the Year Contest

We are pleased to announce our 2nd Annual Thrifty Guy of the Year contest to recognize that special thrifty guy in your life or someone you know who exemplifies thriftiness in all aspects of their life. A little bit about the contest that starts today and ends on August 28, 2017 (at midnight). Please submit only …

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6 Ways to Save Money on Your Streaming Services

Between catching an episode of Life Below Zero and Heartland, I managed to take a few moments to see how I could save some money on my streaming services this past week. After cutting the cord a few years ago, the Mrs and I have Amazon Prime, Hulu and Neflix (and I subscribed to the PGA Tour LIVE …

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Student Loan Repayment Strategies Based on Financial Standing

Without a doubt, getting a college education is expensive — perhaps costlier than at any other time in recent history.  In fact, the national student loan debt stands at 1.4 trillion dollars, and this number continues to grow at an alarming rate.  While many graduates are able to meet their financial obligations, others have a …

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The Health Benefits of an Affordable Coffee Enema

When my wife first suggested it – I was a little shocked. “You’re going to do what?” “A coffee enema.” Pause. “And, I’d like you to do it with me.” Awkward pause. Oh, the adventures of married life! Ever since my wife began her journey to better health (she deals with chronic pain), she’s seen …

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Things You May Want to Check-out on PrimeDay

Amazon’s PrimeDay is officially upon us. Whatever your thoughts are on this national shopping bonanza – one thing is for sure – it is probably one of the biggest sales days for the online shopping conglomerate. As you may be aware, we’re big fans of Amazon. They are making shopping easier and venturing into new …

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Our Experiment With Minimalism

My wife and I are dabbling in minimalism. Consequently, I will use as few as words as possible for this post. We had too much junk. We got rid of a lot of it. We are happier. You should try it. The end. A 43 word post sounds great to me, but I’ll give you …

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5 Little-Known College Scholarships

It’s graduation season and we’d like to offer a little assist to the high school graduates out there (as well as returning college students) who are looking to lower their tuition bills. With over $1.4 trillion(?!!) student loan debt out there – we’d love to help point to ways that students can access money that …

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How to Sell a Home By Yourself (Well, Almost)

A few weeks ago, my wife and I put our final signatures on a stack of papers which gave up our rights to the rental property we had for over nine years. It had been a difficult decision to come to this point – but the timing seemed right and were happy to see it go to …

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