Articles on Spending

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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Pay what something is really worth and pay for it once

This applies to everything — workers you hire, or things you buy. I always see companies trying to shave here and there by hiring super […]

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At what point would you feel wealthy?

It’s a pretty simple question — at what point would you feel wealthy? Is it a net worth number? Is it a feeling? Is it […]

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Thoughts: Big Spenders and their spending

This article from Toronto Life seems to have really struck a nerve with Canadians everywhere. Here are my random thoughts: 1. IT IS HIS (AND […]

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