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Monthly Archives: October 2010
One of the scariest words to me is “debt”! *Jaws music plays in the background* Seriously, being in too much debt is a looming, scary thing that everyone should try to climb out of or just avoid. While I don’t… Continue reading
Obviously we want all our readers to be financially savvy, which is why we talk with you about having a plan and sticking to your budget. Sometimes, though, folks don’t have the financial know-how they need before they get into… Continue reading
You know those days when you walk by a display window and something catches your eye? There’s a small voice in your head that says, “You HAVE to get that! You were BORN to wear that!” Yeah, that voice gets… Continue reading
A 50-inch flat-screen TV, an adorable modern sofa, a fully functional automobile…we all have certain items on our shopping list with a heftier price tag (OK, you guessed right — those are all on mine). Whether it’s a need or… Continue reading
We all know there’s the battle between needs vs. wants when it comes to spending. But even once you’ve distinguished between the two there are ways to ensure you’re making smart decisions when it comes to the “needs.” Sometimes it’s… Continue reading
Sigh. Yeah, me too. Okay, so here’s the skinny. I do have hobbies that can be…well, dangerous on the pocket book. For example, I love snowboarding! Luckily, it’s free on Stagecoach Island®, but in real life the costs can add… Continue reading
Okay, so I’m a little behind the times. I missed some hoopla from last year about the luxury dorm rooms being offered at a few colleges across the country. I actually started thinking about luxury dorms in relation to a… Continue reading