Category: Saving

Should You Bike to Work to Save Money…and Lose Weight?

If you are at all familiar with the personal finance blog space, then you might have heard of Mr. Money Mustache. He is really big into creating a culture of bucking the norms of culture and retired at the age of 30 years old. His retirement story has been predicated on an extremely high savings rate …

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Ting Revisted – 3 Year Review

Reviewing is a key component to success. I constantly encourage my ninth grade Algebra students to review their work. Coaches are always reviewing game film to learn from the previous game. I would submit to you that reviewing financial decisions is an important aspect of living wisely in the area of finances. When I make …

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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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Passive Income Streams: July 2017 Report

Much like June, July was another rocking month for our passive income streams and road to debt freedom. In July, we were able to produce another $1,566 and continue to chip away at our debt. In addition, as part of my monthly/yearly goals, I was able to study for my VMware VCP and pass my …

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How to Prepare for the Greater Depression?

“I believe we live in a great country – a country great enough to help a man when he’s in trouble.” – Russell Crowe in Cinderella Man Last week I posted on how to invest in volatile times and the markets this week have people even more nervous as the market has lost more than …

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Passive Income Streams: May 2017 Report

The summer temps are starting to heat up, and so are my passive income streams! May was a great month to start the summer with our AirBnB business picking up! We had every weekend in May booked, which was one of biggest contributing factors to the increased income. Overall, we were able to generate $1,317 …

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Dealspotr Review: Why You’ll Want to Start Your Coupon Search Here

I first learned about Dealspotr last year and thought, “Oh, great, another coupon site. Just what we needed.”  But after an initial review of the site and having a look around, the folks at Dealspotr were on to something totally different than many of the other coupon / deal sites out there. The typical online coupon …

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Should I Repair an Old Car or Buy a New One?

This past week I started hearing some weird noises from my 12 year old van. Anytime I started my air conditioning unit it started making a sputtering noise. So, I took it into the repair shop that I regularly have all my maintenance done at. After getting it inspected they told me that the air …

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