Inspired by Jordann‘s posts on which house to buy, I’ve decided to do my own for my tiny little town!
A bit of backstory — the town is built at the bottom of a canyon, making it long and narrow. The river that runs through town causes floods every few years and the median age […]
“You should be saving 10%”
That phrase follows you from the moment you get your first job right up until you do the math and realize that 10% is a discouragingly small amount of money.
You can argue with me that people who have trouble saving 10% can’t possibly save more — don’t I understand what it’s like […]
Before I tell you what I’ve got planned for October, first I should recap what went on in September!
Oh September. Migraines stopped me from working for 4-5 days this month which in hindsight doesn’t seem like a whole lot but holy cow is it aggravating at the time.
Seeing as this month was the run-up to […]
A few weeks months back Janine wondered how on earth we only spent $300 a month on groceries. I had planned to do this post for the month of August but because I had already thrown out my receipts for my big shopping trip, I wasn’t able to do as detailed a post as I […]
Oftentimes on the internet we read about how to start a business with little capital. I’m all for the $100 start-up and everything but something you have to think bigger. The last Wednesday of every month I’ll be writing about a BIG money investment that I think has the potential to make someone fantastically rich.
Remember when you […]