Why I Don’t Buy In Bulk

I consider myself a bit of a foodie. I don’t eat a lot, but I like to eat a variety of things and stay balanced. Don’t’ this confused with me being in shape, because trust me a do have a… Continue Reading

Consider Yourself Fortunate – Retirement

If you’re reading this, you probably have some basic financial knowledge. You are probably saving some money regularly. You probably think about your retirement periodically. You’ve probably went online and checked out a couple of tools to see if you’re… Continue Reading

Spending on Lunch – A Personal Experiment

Does spending give us satisfaction? Does the item or service we receive from spending give us satisfaction? Does too much or too little or it result correlate to the same level of satisfaction. I decided to do a little experiment… Continue Reading

Spending & Saving During the Holidays

Let’s face it. Many of us have to allocate/carve/set aside whatever you want to call it a separate budget for the holidays. Between restaurants and gifts for friends, family, and even co-workers, by the end of December, we have eaten… Continue Reading

How Will President Elect Trump Affect Me Financially

The election is over, FINALLY. No more crazy debates, controversial tweets, and other political gossip, I hope. Now it doesn’t matter how we voted, how we feel, good or bad, we will have a new President in January: Donald Trump.… Continue Reading