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
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.
You’d think that a small Japanese hatchback with a 1.8L 4 cyl engine and 6 speed transmission would get pretty decent fuel mileage. Well, we are here to tell you that the ’07 Versa would like to be the exception to that thought. If you just type it into the Google machine, they’ll tell you… Continue reading Make Driving A Car Suck Less.
“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.
I’ve touched on the topic of cars in my previous post, How to Not Buy a Car, and I even mentioned my 2007 Nissan Versa (pictured above, in all her glory). Honestly, this is my favorite car I’ve owned, and frankly, it’s not even close. In this article I’m going to explain how I made over… Continue reading How to Get Rich by Driving Crappy Cars
You might remember a couple articles ago I said I wasn’t going to tell you to cut the cord (eliminate cable TV), well…that didn’t last long. Learning how to cut cable TV out of your life will be one of the quickest, and potentially most fulfilling financial moves you can make. We will get into… Continue reading Cut the Cord and Save Thousands
Most recent post on our groceries: Our $160 Monthly Food Bill Let me ask you a question: have you ever dreaded going to the grocery store, knowing you were about to fork over a wing and a thigh (get it? Food humor, lol) to pay for all this stuff? I’m sure you’ve heard everyone say that… Continue reading Cut Your Grocery Bill by 60%