Buy One, Get One! Get 50% Off! Save $20 Instantly! Huge New Years Sale! Did I make you want to got out and purchase what I am selling? Well.....Did I? Being in marketing, I understand that if you want to get something to sell, you need to discount it or at least perceive that you are providing a discount. Oops, I said it. Not all sales are actually discounted prices or true sales. I might be thrown out of a few marketing … [Read more...] about Do You Love a Good Sale? Don’t Let Them Get the Best of You!
I hope your new year is getting off to an excellent start. If you're anything like me, you have so many ideas running through your head and you use this time to plan out where you want to go. Each new year can be used like a fresh start. I say this specifically for those who want to make a financial change. Remember, you can't change the past, but you can use those past experiences to create a vision for the future. That's why the new year is so … [Read more...] about How to Kick Financial Butt in the New Year
We all talk a lot about money around here. Debt Roundup is dedicated to it. I am a fan of money, but more of the possibilities which money provides. There is no denying that money brings opportunities. I wouldn't be where I am today without working hard, starting this blog, and taking advantage of every opportunity presented to me. Heck, getting control of my money allowed me to quit my job and start working for myself. You choose what you … [Read more...] about Top 20 Money Quotes to Inspire and Motivate
There are three things I enjoy: movies, infographics, and making money! OK, I enjoy far more than those three things, but lets roll with just those three for today. Luckily for me, I came across an infographic from a company called Wherewithal, which handles a different form of investing based on your online shopping habits. It's an interesting concept if you want to check it out and somewhat similar to Motif (investing based on themes). Since I … [Read more...] about Use the Force of Compound Interest, Luke!
We've spent the last couple of months listening to our dryer slowly die. When we dry out clothes, it sounds like a flock of birds is getting murdered by the dryer. The squeaking sound was deafening at first, but over time, we got used to it. We got complacent to the sound. You see, our dryer was about 10 years old and we only paid about $250 for it new. New dryers these days typically only last about 10 years (if that) and then crap out. I was … [Read more...] about I Watch YouTube Videos to Save More Money