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  • The Creed
    on Nov 30, 2010 in Living Military Musings
    Today is a big day and you didn't even know it. It's my grandparent's 60th wedding anniversary. And it's the eve of Going-to-Japan-Day for Hubs and I. So, I think it's only fitting to pass on some wisdom directly from Opa and Oma today. While Opa was...
  • Cheetos: A Lesson in Every-Single-Bag
    on Nov 29, 2010 in Saving
    Funny how often my thoughts are inspired by snack foods. I wonder if there is a deeper psychosis behind that... Anywho, I was chowing down on a handful of Cheetos at lunch today when I noticed how similarly shaped the orange cylinders were. In fact,...
  • How to Be Thankful
    on Nov 24, 2010 in Living Musings
    Tomorrow is Thanksgiving. This time of year always gets me feeling thoughtful and introspective. Like Ernest Hemingway without the drinking... or the man parts. The Ernest in me is thinking about being thankful - BIG stretch, seeing as how tomorrow's...
  • You Only Get What You Give
    on Nov 23, 2010 in Living Musings
    The Season of Giving has begun. I wish this season was year round but I suppose to truly appreciate it, it must be rare. Can't experience joy without sorrow, pleasure without pain, Nicole without Paris; that kind of thing. Well, since this se...
  • Saving Rocks (Double Entendre Intended)
    on Nov 18, 2010 in Saving
    Save with purpose. And never ever throw away diamonds. It simply isn't done.
  • 3 Things to Know About Taxes
    on Nov 17, 2010 in Money Taxes
    I'm assuming that you've never read a lick of tax code (at least not recreationally). I'm assuming that you are a good and decent human being and do not harbor such sadistic tendencies. Correct me if I'm wrong. Today I'm going to impart a little...
  • The J-Lo Principle for Unexpected Expenses
    on Nov 16, 2010 in Budgets Money
    Instead of looking ahead to each new month with clinging hopes that nothing goes wrong, look ahead with the expectation that those somethings will be coming by to visit. Be prepared to welcome them at the door with tea and biscuits. It’s much le...
  • Cost Per Use
    on Nov 15, 2010 in Budgets Money
    Is going cheap always right? No. Does more expensive always mean more reliable? No. The correct choice is based on a little figure called cost per unit.
  • Around the Interwebs - Week of November 8th
    on Nov 12, 2010 in Around the Interwebs Carnival
    Mad props to the carnivals who featured my articles this week, mad props. Festival of Frugality @ Generation X Finance - 3 Reasons Why We Keep & Buy Crap Carnival of Money Stories @ Money Obedience - The Non-Sale Sale I was also featured in a lit...
  • No Need to Stir!
    on Nov 11, 2010 in Living Musings
    What would you do for a couple of bucks? At what point does the money at stake become important enough to raise your blood pressure? For some, the principle of the matter is always worth the time and effort spent.
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