Our $160 Monthly Food Bill

To get that brain matter flowing and get you thinking about your answer throughout the article, we’re going to start this off by asking you a question. How much do you spend a week on food, namely groceries? The big three monthly expenses everyone has are: housing; transportation; and food. Well, we’ve covered housing with: The… Continue reading Our $160 Monthly Food Bill

The True Car Replacement

It’s no secret that we are passionate about cycling, and particularly commuting via bicycle. You’re not only exercising for free, you’re actually saving a significant amount of money compared to commuting via car. So, let’s make a quick checklist of all the things biking to work does for you that a car does not: Fun ✔… Continue reading The True Car Replacement

How to Bike to Work

“Nothing compares to the simple pleasure of riding a bike.” –John F. Kennedy There aren’t many things that I get as much enjoyment out of as riding my bicycle to work. Ignoring the cost benefit for the moment, just imagine the efficiency of completing one task and simultaneously knocking three things off your “to-do” list at… Continue reading How to Bike to Work

How We Saved $2k a Year by Cutting Cell Costs

Intro Many people work their way from top to bottom assessing their spending and their budget, cutting fat from all possible places. But one thing that most people leave untouched is their cell service. Why is that? Why do people have some inexplicable loyalty to Verizon, AT&T, or any other provider? All they do is… Continue reading How We Saved $2k a Year by Cutting Cell Costs

Easily Accessing Free Entertainment.

“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies,” said Jojen. “The man who never reads lives only one.” ― George R.R. Martin, A Dance with Dragons Books are an incredibly useful tool that I think often don’t get the credit they deserve since the boom of the internet. From old-fashioned books of paper and ink, to… Continue reading Easily Accessing Free Entertainment.