Have you ever thought about the different products women need versus men? We have come up with 8 ways it costs more to be a woman.
Hot on the heels of being featured on the What’s Up Next Podcast with my friends Doc G & Paul David Thompson, we thought it might be appropriate to cover some side hustles that can not only make you money, but also keep you in shape. We’ve probably made this clear, but physical fitness and health are both huge… Continue reading 9 Fitness Side-Hustles
“I think dogs are the most amazing creatures; they give unconditional love. For me, they are the role model for being alive.” – Gilda Radner (comedian) I was initially going to start this article off with something quirky like how our dog was my Valentine this year instead of my husband, but let’s be real… Continue reading Our Best Friend
Appearance is everything. Potential tenants judge your place based on looks first and foremost. This is why we believe that having some high quality pictures is a huge benefit to our listings, and also why we typically put some small touches in our places to make them look newer, cleaner, nicer, which not only increases… Continue reading Cheap & Easy Rental Renovations
Given our previous articles on days like Black Friday and Christmas, you can probably guess what our viewpoints are about Valentine’s Day. But if you can’t, I’ll go ahead and let you know, we find “holidays” like this to be a little silly. It is a consumer’s holiday. Marketing and society have lead us to believe that we… Continue reading 12 Valentine’s Tips From a Female Minimalist
Don’t know if we have any Netflix aficionados in the house, but if not, they’ve just released a documentary called Fyre. The documentary is an account of the massive failure that was the Fyre Festival. To give you a brief summary of this colossal shit-storm, here’s what happened: Rapper, Ja Rule, and some jackass named Billy… Continue reading FIRE not FYRE: Breaking Down One of the Biggest Failures Ever
A little over this time 2 years ago, we bought our second property ever, leading to a whirlwind of investing, becoming landlords, and even home renovators. We bought our second property with the intention of moving and selling the loft where we were living in at the time (only we dragged our feet and moved… Continue reading Thoughts From an Unexpected Landlord