Category: Lifestyle


An Experience Worth Every Penny We Spent.

Last night, my wife and I went to a nice dinner and went to the musical Wicked, here at the Pantages Theater in Los Angeles. Now, I want to tell you that I am not a “musical” kind of guy – I have seen a bunch of them, but the last one I really liked […]


Look Up The Facts About Your Neighborhood Rentals With Zilpy.

I just looked up where I live, and I found out that my typical neighbor is predominantly of white ethnicity, majority attaining College education level and generates about $54,964 per year in household income. Renter occupied: 70 % Population: 23,556 Vacancy rate: 6.3 % Median household income: $54,964 Monthly rent affordability: $1,374 Crime rate index: […]


Five Things I Think It Is OK To Spend Money On.

While there is a lot of talk around the PF water cooler about being frugal & saving your money, there are certain things that I feel it is OK to spend money on. Too often, people buy crappy goods or have terrible experiences because they are too busy being penny-pinchers, or they buy food that […]


Personal Finance Advice For Your 30’s.

picture by Perfesser This post was written as part of the M-Network’s Money Matters for All Ages project. You can see the rest of the articles at the bottom of this post. Your 30’s – the first time you start feeling mortal and like a grown-up at the same time…at least that’s when I did. […]


Book Review And Giveaway – You’re Broke Because You Want To Be.

Well, after seeing the book reviewed on so many other personal finance blogs, I guess you kind of knew it was coming. However, I am giving my copy away to one lucky reader! But more on that later. For now, I would like to discuss this book “You’re Broke Because You Want To Be” by […]

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