For 2017 my employer had a fitness challenge to everyone that participated in our healthcare plans. The challenge was to walk 7,500 or more steps every day from August 28th to October 6th. In return, we had the opportunity to
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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
There’s nothing more annoying than seeing that bright engine light pop-up on the dashboard out of the blue. “What do I do?” “Should I stop and check it out?” “Maybe it’s nothing.” “Will I damage the car if I keep
There are a lot of money management gurus and courses out there these days. From Dave Ramsey to Suzie Orman, and more – all have their own unique take on how we should manage our personal finances better. While we
In September 2016, my neighbor and I took the plunge into doing Airbnb rentals, and we didn’t know the first thing about getting started. One of the first questions we had was how are we going to secure the house?
I really hope I don’t have to write a follow up to this post. Seriously. Because if I write a follow up that means my baby daughter or wife has been sick and I’ve had to find out how well
During the tornado of June 2017, I went to the store to find a power inverter that I could hook up to my van to provide me a little power to recharge my home appliances. In doing so, I found
Have you seen one of those commercials selling cell phone coverage? If you haven’t, congratulations…on avoiding every type of advertising on any type of media. These ads are everywhere! Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, Cricket – the sheer amount of
Recently we were approached by Xero – software that provides an affordable online accounting solution for small businesses, non-profits and accountants. We thought it would be great to get our resident accounting expert, Dave, to have a look at it.