- Some Thoughts on the Utter Hell of Air Travel – with a particular shout-out to Delta
- Target – No Place for Bananas and a Larger Lesson in Frugal Living
- Why DO so many women support Hillary Clinton? (Part II)
- So why DO so many women support Hillary Clinton?
- Secret “Shame” of the American Middle Class?
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I’m usually a big fan of Target, and I go there often for groceries. Like most people, I prefer to knock out all grocery shopping at once since it is one of those tasks I really dislike. As such, I’ve … Continue reading
If you read this blog, you already know the importance of thinking it through in order to make a choice that is not only frugal but practical. When it comes to transportation, for example, we see that motorcycles really do … Continue reading
Here is another one of those “no brainer” ideas for saving money: do it yourself. More than a long heralded principle of frugal living, “DIY” has become quite the vogue fad in the 21st Century. With the advent of home … Continue reading
Buy a used car and save tons of money. How many times have you heard it? It’s one of the top five suggestions on any “how to save money” article. It has become part and parcel of the frugalist mindset, … Continue reading
Recently, USA Today revisited a popular subject amongst early retirement hopefuls: the so called “four percent rule.” The basic concept is that if a retiree withdraws no more than four percent of his portfolio per year, he should have enough … Continue reading
Hypermiling is the latest vogue approach to maximizing fuel efficiency with extreme driving techniques and vehicle modifications. The father of hypermiling is arguably Wayne Gerdes of Wisconsin, who boasts of such achievements as getting 59 miles pergallon in a non-hybrid … Continue reading