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5 Necessities I HATE Paying For

Ever since I became self-employed, I’ve managed to cut my expenses dramatically. Thanks to living in the middle of nowhere, I can pay all my bills and buy gas and groceries on a little more than $1200 a month. While I (obviously) strive for more than that, it’s nice to know that I can live [...]

I’m Over Financial TMI

  Late last night during a conversation with JT from Money Mamba, I discovered a very important fact: I am beyond tired of financial TMI. Now, I’m not talking about people who talk about their income and expenses, because goodness knows I do that all the time. I love knowing what people spend their money on [...]

3 Questions to Ask Before You Pay For Services

A few years ago, one of my coworkers told a story that had our entire department cracking up. He had just gotten married, and he and his wife were living in an apartment while their new home was being remodeled. One night he noticed that the lightbulb in the fridge had burned out. He called [...]

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