cheap meat

I have tremendous respect for vegetarians and vegans. Their diet is much more sustainable and environmentally-conscious than my slovenly ways. I just can’t live without my meats. Chicken, pork, beef, fish, squirrel. You name it. I’ll slather it in garlic, grill it up, and eat it. As a frugal person by nature (I’m Jewish and […]

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emergency savings

Somewhere around half of Americans would not be able to scrape together $1,000 in an emergency. We’re not talking about accessing payday loans or credit cards. Anyone can get money through these routes and pay two, three, or four times as much for the $1,000 emergency in the long run. I’m talking about having the […]

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Bitcoin

As I write this (August 23rd), the price of a single Bitcoin is $4,273. This is about $1,500 more than it was just one month ago. MSN recently reported that in ten years, it will hit $100,000. Even Bill Gates is getting on board. If you have $100 to throw around, I strongly recommend that […]

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I can get really worked up about current events. No matter your political persuasion, there are media outlets that know how to rile you up with clickbait headlines. As we idly scroll through our news feeds, when we should probably be paying more attention to our loved ones, we see one article after another that […]

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Celebrate Your Successes I am a driven person. I am always looking for ways to be a better person and to serve others better. I know I’m not alone. Yet, as I set goals and achieve them, I rarely take time to stop and give thanks and celebrate successes. Part of living a happy life […]

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The Five-Minute Journal

One Simple Trick to Make Your Day Ten Times Better The first thing I do each morning is make my wife a cup of espresso because she needs it to live but can’t make it herself. Next, I meditate. And, the third thing I do is journal. I guess that makes journaling the third most […]

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6 Reasons Why Extended Warranties Are a Waste Your mind is racing. You’re about to press the “Purchase” button when you see that there is an extended warranty or accident protection offered. The price seems reasonable compared to how much it would cost to replace the product. The sweat starts to pour down your brow […]

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If You’re Going to Buy New, Buy Smart I’m one of those bleeding heart, environmentalist liberals. But, I also have a tremendous amount of compassion for people of every political persuasion, and I do mean EVERY. But, that is not the point of this post. My thesis, which belongs at the end of the first […]

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