From the monthly archives:

July 2009

Never Underestimate the Value of Friends and Family

July 29, 2009

As I mentioned in my last update on the Cost of Having a Second Child Friend and Family = Frugality. My wife had her baby shower yesterday, and the amount of stuff we got was just overwhelming. As you can see from the photo above, there was no shortage of generosity. We even picked up […]

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Young Broke People – A Fundamental Difference in Thought

July 28, 2009

Over the weekend my wife and I went to eat at one of those hibachi style restaurants, you know the ones where the chef does a little song and dance while cooking in front of you. Luckily I was able to escape with both of my eyebrows and a full stomach but it was an […]

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Make Money Selling Your Stuff

July 27, 2009

There comes a time in everyone’s life where they just need to unload some stuff. As we exist we collect things, things we need, thing we needed, and things we never wanted. At some point you are going reach critical mass on the things you don’t need and those you never wanted. When you reach […]

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Friday Finance Followers – Happy Birthday Edition

July 24, 2009

Another week is in the books and today I close another chapter in my life as I turn 1 year older. This past year has seen a lot of changes in my life, I took on this blogging thing and I am expecting my second child. Both of these things are going to continue to […]

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Hiding Debt from your Spouse

July 23, 2009

Yesterday I was reminded of something I heard in my past. Peter from Bible Money Matters mentioned that someone had reached his site by someone searching for "should i use 401k to pay off hidden credit card debt?" This single question really gets your head spinning. We have all heard of hiding money from your […]

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