Just a quick post here for those of you who like to watch old movies and old TV shows. My wife and I don’t watch a lot of TV, however we have a few shows you could say we are addicted to. Currently, they are Chicago PD, Chicago Med, and Chicago Fire. We were going […]
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Are You Too Proud to Make Returns at the Store?
Pride is a funny thing. People often spend money to impress people they don’t even like, based on their pride. They want to feel superior in some way, but in the end, pride is about insecurity. When it comes to making returns at a store, there are some people whose pride won’t let them do […]
Daily Deal Sites – Can They Really Save You Money?
With Daily Deal sites and Coupon blogs popping up faster than a celebrity saying something that ends up on TMZ, it’s no wonder many shoppers, even extreme savers, are feeling a bit overwhelmed these days when it comes to figuring out the real deals. To help navigate the coupon craze and deal daze you may […]
If You Saved $5 Per Week, Would You Miss It?
I was on Financial Highway’s Facebook Page and saw that they were encouraging people to save $5 per week. I am a big fan of savings, so I wondered if I would miss $5 per week. The answer is an obvious “no.” The reality is, as much as I would like to be uber frugal, […]
The True Value of Saving Money
A while back when I was embarking on a money saving journey, something came to mind. I realized that when I saved money, it was actually worth more than what I had saved due to the tax savings. Recently, I canceled a service that I don’t use. Technically, I suspended it because they talked me […]