I recently read an article about things landlords should and shouldn’t do. I wish I could find the link, but I didn’t copy it down when I should have and now….poof, gone! Anyway, this article mentioned that landlords shouldn’t allow pets in rental … [Read more...] about Aligning Finances With Your Values: A Pet Story
Have you ever shopped at REI? I spent the first 25ish years of my life not knowing about this store. When I finally did learn of them, I didn’t really expect to shop there much – I wasn’t very outdoorsy at the time, plus a lot of their items can be on the expensive side. Quality, … [Read more...] about REI Garage Sale Tips and Tricks
When I was a child, my family received the advertisements for the Publisher’s Clearing House Sweepstakes. Do you remember that? You’d get a booklet of magazines you could buy and something that claimed that YOU MAY BE A WINNER!! I’m embarrassed to admit how much I thought we … [Read more...] about When Is Enough, Enough?
I sold my car four months ago. I loved that car. I owned it for exactly 12 years and 1 day. It was reliable, safe, cheap to operate, paid off, comfortable, etc etc. So why did I decide to go car free? My Car I bought my car in 2005. It was a 2005 Honda Civic EX Special … [Read more...] about I’ve Been Car Free for Four Months
According to the America Research Group, US shoppers expected to spend an average of $929 on end-of-year holiday gift spending in 2016. That’s up significantly from the $882 they’d planned to spend in 2015. And an Orbitz.com study said the average price for holiday … [Read more...] about Christmas in July? Not exactly. But do this now to prepare