The Biggest Ripoff EVER

Every Memorial Day weekend Vonnie and I host a little get together for family and friends. While shopping for the needed supplies last week I purchased a product that could very well be the biggest ripoff on planet Earth. Can you guess what it is? If you guessed bottled water, you were close. At least […]

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Avoiding Debt by Minimizing Large and Recurring Expenses – Rethinking Personal Vehicles

  • Credit, Debt, Invest
  • June 17, 2017
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Public transit is an economical option. One of the keys to avoiding debt is to know how it overtakes us. Without a doubt, debt has many helpers in the form of large and recurring expenses. I’d like to share with you a few pages from my own playbook when it comes to handling large and […]

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The Winds Of Debt Only Blow In One Direction

  • Debt
  • June 17, 2017
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The Winds Of Debt Only Blow In One Direction Written by Travis on May 13, 2013 · 13 Comments Image courtesy of Vlado / FreeDigitalPhotos.net A windy day was in the forecast with gusts up to 40mph. I didn’t care, I was going for my run. The wind smacked me in the face almost immediately […]

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