Monthly Archives: September 2011

Reconsider Your Ride to Work

This is a guest post from Jessica Wagner. An easy way to save money and lessen your impact on the environment is to reconsider your ride to work. When you step back and think about it, do you really need … Continue reading

Posted in guest posts, saving, work | 6 Comments

Why PF Bloggers Should Never Date Each Other

This post stems from a hilarious Twitter conversation between myself, @FrugalBeautiful, @Budgetable, @geekymath, @blondeonabudget, and @krystalatwork. If you aren’t following all these awesome people, you are missing out on some entertainment! (And some personal finance info every now and then … Continue reading

Posted in blogging, fincon11, random, yakezie | 50 Comments

Home Buying Options in a Crappy Economy

Homeownership is a goal for many Americans. Personally, I’m enjoying the best of both worlds right now - I rent from my parents, so I don’t have any weird restrictions on what I can or can’t do, but I will … Continue reading

Posted in banking | 7 Comments

Are You Too Comfortable with Your Debt?

  Other than an aunt and uncle who recently paid off their mortgage, I don’t know anyone in real life who is completely debt free. Literally every person I can think of (I went through my Facebook friends list) has … Continue reading

Posted in debt, goals | 17 Comments