Category: Health

Would You See a Mental Health Professional For Money Problems?

Having been around the personal finance world for about 8+ years now and going through highs and lows with regards to money, I’ve seen a lot of advice and trends, good and bad. And, I’ve been a part of the bad advice and trends. Giving it and receiving it. But one thing I’ve learned over …

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3 Types of Hobbies

According to Wikipedia (just to flaunt my credibility from the start), a hobby is an “activity, interest, enthusiasm, or amateur pastime that is undertaken for pleasure or relaxation, typically done in one’s leisure time.”  I like how the definition implies that the activity is life-giving. Along with the definition, the site provides over 250 ideas …

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Saatva Mattress Review – Is It a Good Mattress?

The following article is from TTG reader, Jason, who shares his experience with Saatva Mattress (presented at no cost from the manufacturer for this review). Please let us know if you have a product or service you’d like us to review. We were not in the market for a new mattress when the opportunity presented …

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Happy Birthday, Medi-Share (One Year on This Medical Cost-Sharing Plan)

Last Saturday was quite the day. Our family celebrated the first birthday of our firstborn daughter, Stella. We also celebrated year one under the coverage of Medi-Share®, the medical cost-sharing plan that I’ve wrote about before. Now we didn’t celebrate the 365th day of Medi-Share coverage by smashing our faces into food or riding around …

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What I’ve Learned From the Subsistence Lifestyle

I’m a sucker for real-life dramas like Life Below Zero. This show follows the lives of several people who essentially live off the land – or the subsistence lifestyle. There’s a lot to be learned from these folks who have forsaken “having it all” and have chosen a more simple way of life. They are not …

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Naturepedic Mattress Review – 3 Months After Purchase

One of the benefits of having sold our rental house earlier this year was that it freed up some cash that we could use on some “deferred” items we haven’t been able to purchase. Buying a mattress was on the top of that list. Ever since my wife quit her job due to some health-related …

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