Can You Afford Four Houses?

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One of my guilty pleasures after a long day of work is to watch a show or two from a series on Netflix.  Right now, I’m watching the TLC series Sister Wives about a polygamist family where there is one husband and four wives.  Don’t forget the seventeen kids. Photo courtesy of hollywoodlife.com. I know some people are irked by this show and the Brown family’s polygamy lifestyle....

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Choosing the best streaming music sites

I’m one of those people who is guilty of being constantly plugged in.  I can’t venture out into the world without being attached to my mp3 player.  When I’m at work, I frequently have my headphones on and (slightly-embarrassing-but-true-fact) can be seen rocking out while coding.  Since I spend most of my day at the desk, I’ve started looking into streaming music over the...

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Should I, or should I not?

This is a guest post written by Ryan Paredez at www.planwise.com – Planwise is a free and simple tool that allows you to understand the future impact of financial decisions you make today to allow you to make better decisions. Check out the Planwise widget under the Tools page. Interested in writing a guest post? Check out out guest posting policy. We live in a heavily consumer driven world...

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Posted in: Entertainment and Leisure, Minimalism and Frugality

Seeing Washington, DC – Free!

Brian and I are headed to Washington DC this fall for a work/fun trip.  There is lots to do, but that doesn’t mean we need to spend a lot of money.  Here’s some free events that visitors to Washington DC can check out.   Photo Credit: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Cherry_Blossoms_and_Washington_Monument.jpg, Original Author: Wendy Harman The National Theatre’s free performance...

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