Monthly Archives: February 2014

67 Things You’re Not Doing If You’re Watching Television

According to Dave Ramsey and Tom Corley, one of the ways rich people differ from poor people is that poor people watch a lot more television, and a lot more “reality” television. When I mention this to my poor friends … Continue reading

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Choose Life! (And Prosperity…)

For those of you who are not religious and have no wish to be, please bear with me. Though I’m using the Bible to illustrated what I have to say about financial security, the lesson in this post is applicable … Continue reading

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10 Ways to Have a Fantastic, Budget-Conscious Wedding

Since tomorrow is Valentine’s Day, I’m betting that forty-eight hours from now, there are going to be a lot more engaged folks than there are today. And all of those newly engaged folks will be planning a wedding. Now, I’m … Continue reading

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8 Ways to Save Money That Won’t Always Work

I’m currently researching for an e-book that will tentatively be called “365 Ways to Decrease Expenses, Increase Income, and Enjoy Life to the Fullest Without Breaking the Bank,” and along the way I’ve come across some pretty goofy ways to … Continue reading

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7 Things to Consider When Planning for Your “Golden Years”

First off, I apologize for missing a post this past week. I finally managed to get up north to see my father, who is in hospital, and more importantly, to have a good talk with my mother about what comes … Continue reading

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