We're living in times that are undeniably permeated with hotly-fueled, often polarized debates about many topics. One such topic that certainly has a large share of the opinionated conversation market is "climate change". We aren't here to offer support to either side of that debate. To the denying side, we say that care of the … Continue reading Get a clothesline or please shut your mouth about climate change
We don't budget for food. Gasp! We are of the belief that "we are (quite literally), what we eat". Why then would we want to be frugal or even worse - stingy - with what we place into our bodies? We are all about wisely using the resources we have available to us. However, we … Continue reading Reconsider your food budget
We've spoken to several financial planners and investment advisers over the years and unequivocally, they've recommended investing funds on hand rather than reducing essential debts like mortgages and student loans. Certainly, the math behind this makes sense because good return on investment is based on two things - time and compound interest. The logic goes … Continue reading Get out of debt, or invest?
Money, as we know it, is quite an illusion. Think about it. We place extreme value on very complex pictures printed on special paper. We live, work, and die to accumulate this treasure that is really no treasure at all, but worthless resources. We cannot eat money, it cannot make us healthy. It cannot keep … Continue reading The shelf-life of money