Passive Income Streams: August 2017 Report

This past month has been focused on my monthly goals and writing them down. I had a record total 19 goals listed to accomplish in August and accomplished 12 of those goals. That is a big deal to me because I’ve broken a lot of my yearly goals into the smallest measurable unit (and added some …

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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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My Experience Going Through the Whole 30 Diet

Over the last month, I went on my first ever “diet”, and it wasn’t easy. It wasn’t as hard as going through cancer, but for a guy who has always been able to eat whatever I want, it was. My wife challenged me to join her on this journey to help reduce her inflammation, and I …

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When Should You Buy Your Child a Phone?

The label was right over the zipper and everyone at school had em. In fact, if you didn’t have a pair, you might as well go sit in the corner at lunch and hang your head in shame. Girbauds were the clothing item you had to have in the early 90’s. Rap group Kris Kross and others helped …

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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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Should You Give an Employer Two Weeks Notice?

Recently I was talking with my nephew about his job working at a cookie manufacturer in the midwest. I asked, “How is your job at Cookie Company Inc?” “Ah yeah, I kind of quit that job. I put in my two-week notice and handed it to my boss and he said yea this isn’t necessary. …

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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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