Book Review – “The Cheapskate Next Door” by Jeff Yeager

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Update #20 – March 2018

Hey!! If you’re new to the site or haven’t been here in some time, you may be wondering what this post is. TL;DR – my wife Rachel and I started our marriage together with over $80,000 worth of debt between us. That got old REAL quick, so we turned to Dave Ramsey’s Total Money Makeover […]

Twitter Rant

I came across a tweet the other day that blew my mind.  Not because of the tweet itself, but because of the discussion that came after it.  The tweet went something like this: “I’m really tired of all the negative stereotypes about women being shopaholics.”  Short, simple, pretty non-confrontational.  She was simply making a statement […]

Debt is Cancer

For the last two months, Rachel and I have put our debt snowball on hold while we work to sort out this tax emergency.  That’s two months of watching our progress plateau, two months of looking at basically the same numbers on our accounts.  And it doesn’t look like we’re going to get out of […]

Update #19 – February 2018

Hey!! If you’re new to the site or haven’t been here in some time, you may be wondering what this post is. TL;DR – my wife Rachel and I started our marriage together with over $80,000 worth of debt between us. That got old REAL quick, so we turned to Dave Ramsey’s Total Money Makeover […]

What I’ve Learned About Money While Watching the Olympics

I don’t know about you all, but I’ve been glued to the TV for the last two weeks watching the Winter Olympics.  I’ve become especially, inexplicably obsessed with curling, at least until next month when I forget it exists again.  Maybe it’s because for the most part, these athletes aren’t professionals like we tend to […]

How to Not Owe Buckets of Money at Tax Time

Basically ever since I had my first job scooping ice cream, tax time has been kind of weird for me.  Some people get moderately excited about the thought of a refund, but then forget about it five minutes later.  Even more people put off doing their taxes until the last possible day, causing traffic jams […]

Update #18 – January 2018

Hey!! If you’re new to the site or haven’t been here in some time, you may be wondering what this post is. TL;DR – my wife Rachel and I started our marriage together with over $80,000 worth of debt between us. That got old REAL quick, so we turned to Dave Ramsey’s Total Money Makeover […]