April 2011

Ok, so you have a couple options available to you if you want to save money on gas this spring and summer as prices hover around $4 per gallon. First, you could stop driving altogether. This might be logistically feasible for some, and the environment would surely appreciate it, but others simply live too far […]

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Lots of people get in situations where their debt levels get so high that they can no longer manage them. These situations may occur because an individual got in over their head with too many financial obligations or could take place because of some sort of catastrophe that has taken place. When those situations occur, […]

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Good credit can be an important and valuable tool in managing living expenses. However, just because you qualify for that loan or that low APR credit card deal doesn’t mean you can throw all caution to the winds and start living the high life. Although it can be very tempting to take advantage of a […]

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I didn’t start blogging to make money or have a retirement stream of income. Not that I think it’s a bad idea; just never occurred to me.  So I was surprised to see AARP suggest blogging as a “great part-time job” for retirees. I agree with them, but was trying to keep this gig my […]

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This week was a little out of the ordinary because I went to two birthday celebrations and one of them was Adam Baker’s at his Man vs Debt Road Tour stop in San Diego. Adam, his lovely wife Courtney and their adorable daughter Milli are touring the U.S. and meeting readers.  Hundreds have already taken […]

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