You might be familiar with the “Hidden Cash” events that popped up around the US last year. They were organized by successful real estate investor and businessman, Jason Buzi, who was looking for creative ways to do good and give back.
Recently, my friend Dave and I were visiting a burrito establishment for their BOGO offer and discussing life and money-matters. The subject soon turned to “things we purchase today that our grandparents would shake their heads at”. Knowing the generation
If you’ve been around here for any amount of time, you know that we are a big fan of giving. So when I heard about these interesting “hidden cash” events going on in California where an anonymous person(s) hides cash
This one has been bugging me for awhile. And, I know that others have raised the question too – of why personal finance isn’t being taught in high schools and/or colleges for that matter (heck, it’d even be interesting to
I ran across this interesting question posed up on Quora the other day: What are some things you should avoid doing in your first 30 years of life? Someone chimed in: Getting married Having children Addictions* that waste time, energy, and resources
This past weekend I had the opportunity to go up to Minneapolis and meet up with my fellow blogging peeps, Aaron and Laurie (from TheFrugalFarmer.net). While in Minneapolis I stopped by the Mall of Consumerism. Whoops. Sorry. I meant to