Articles on Spending

Don’t tell me you don’t have any money to save

Single people like my friend who make good incomes ($50,000 or more), and who have the nerve to tell me they don’t have any money to save to be able to max out their retirement incomes, are full of crap.

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Why my love for mainstream retailing has started to disappear completely

I’m starting to lose my taste for retailing but thrifting has taken a big rise. I still buy at retail stores (on sale), but it is getting harder and harder to justify it.

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I’m just tired of hearing the same old story.

Why do I keep hearing the same money story over and over again? Frustrating.

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What I look for in a perfect souvenir

I have never been the type to collect keychains, shot glasses, postcards, magnets, or any kind of knick-knackky trinket. I know people who do, but […]

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Money really does buy happiness.. it does in countries, anyway

Where does money buy equality? In certain countries, it certainly makes a big difference.

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A Family of Parasites

Trop Bon, Trop Con: When you are too nice and it hurts you financially

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Strange what you can manage to put up with until you can’t any longer..

I used put up with a lot when I was heavily in debt and didn’t have money, and I found it perfectly fine, even normal! But today? These are things that are non-negotiable.

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This guy makes me want to roll my eyes with his Idiot Logic

A friend of ours.. acquaintance really.. bought a $300,000 house with the intention of flipping it. The assessment by the market is $150,000. He paid […]

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In defense of Apple products

So there are at least a few PF bloggers out there who vehemently hate Apple and all of its products, calling them overpriced consumer traps […]

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We really only have ourselves to blame

I’m not even talking about universities and colleges preying on unsuspecting parents and students who think a higher education is the be-all and end-all… Read: […]

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