The House Hack that Allows us to Live for Free

Housing is by and large the most expensive expenditure in the typical American budget. The average person spends 30% of their income on housing alone (which is one of the criteria I have for screening tenants, the rent must be 30% or less of their income to qualify). I genuinely find this to be a… Continue reading The House Hack that Allows us to Live for Free

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

How to Survive on Norwegian Airlines, & Other Budget Airlines.

You might recall that last year I posted about booking free flights to Europe, and then cancelling them. Well, the time had finally come to take this long anticipated trip to Cyprus and Dubrovnik. To give you a brief rundown of that first article, we robbed some poor airline for flights from NYC to Larnaca, Cyprus for… Continue reading How to Survive on Norwegian Airlines, & Other Budget Airlines.