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The Lifelong Burden Of Material Objects

I saw a tweet recently that read like a blunt kick in the butt. “The Vast Majority of Baseball Cards are Worthless” The tweet came from a Twitter handle and blog called Unusual Investments. The blog post was inspired by a recent Wall Street Journal article about a 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle baseball card going up […]

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6 Powerful (And Low-Risk) Financial Maneuvers That Put Extreme Frugality To Shame

I thought I was a frugal mastermind in college. The Subway restaurant near me had a different sandwich special every month. The owner picked one sandwich and sold it at a discounted price. The two cheapest Subway sandwiches have always been the Cold Cut Combo and the Meatball Marinara. Those were my go-to choices for […]

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Bye Bye Cable TV

During a long drive over the Christmas holiday, my wife and I discussed ways to simplify our lives, become more productive and save more money. In my 2014 goals post, I mentioned ways we’d simplify our financial lives, but I left out this particular money and time saving action item. We really enjoy shows on […]

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