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Category Archives: Money
It’s barely Saturday afternoon, and yet the badgering has already begun. I mentioned the other day on Facebook about how I have to rid our house of sales papers, lest anyone get any bright ideas on ways to spend money … Continue reading
In case that you did not notice it from my last post, I have been in a “financial funk” of sorts as of late. Well, it is mainly financial, but also spans beyond that to lifestyle. Part of that may … Continue reading
“You can do without the necessities, but you can’t live without the luxuries.” –Hattie Sederhom, mother of famous actor Alfred Lunt My strategy for savings is simple– I like spending less on the necessities, so that I can spend more … Continue reading
I have been exploring the job market for basically the totality of 2011. And I have discovered pretty much the same thing that many other unemployed or underemployed individuals have– the job market is very difficult right now, and is not really … Continue reading
I fail to believe that it is getting so close to the middle of August. Where did the days go?! Pretty soon I will have to get started on back to school shopping. If you have not already gotten yours … Continue reading
Anyone can fall into debt– to think otherwise is to fool yourself and set up yourself up for a potential downfall. As people become more and more reliant on mortgages, car loans, credit cards, home equity lines of credits, student … Continue reading
These days it is possible for anyone to run into financial troubles. With high unemployment rates, mortgage finance instability, and living costs on the rise, more and more normally financially responsible people are finding themselves in a boatload of debt. All … Continue reading