It might not surprise you guys that baking soda, canning jars, and pressure cookers are among the few products that boomed during the 2008 recession, given how many posts on these miracle products have appeared on personal finance sites over course of the past year. Personally, I’m only surprised that dryer sheets and slow cookers […]
I’ve been thinking about getting a Kindle (or something like it) lately. To be honest, it has nothing to do with the technology and everything to do with the desire to be able to have books without going to a book store or waiting a few days for a book to get here from Amazon. […]
I really wish I had known about this service before Christmas, but that’s what I get for falling behind in my Google Reader. Here’s the deal: many items on Amazon qualify for free shipping if your order total comes out to over $25. But if you’re a dollar short, or $2.01 short, or whatever, you’re […]
It’s that time of year, people: New Year’s resolution time. I’m not a big resolution maker, myself, but maybe I would be if I could recognize some financial benefits to making resolutions. Here’s a list of common New Year’s Resolutions that also have financial benefits you may want to consider. Please chime in in the […]
How ’bout we throw oil away after using it once, mmkay?
Yet Another Piece of Evidence I Did Not Need That The Green Movement Is Fucking Gross And Overly Obsessed With Excrement
People, if the diaper ain’t broke, don’t fix it.
Cheaper ways to get rid of stress.
Divorces suck. But that doesn’t mean they have to be so expensive.
Allison is an ABDPBT reader and an event planner from Toronto, and she recently asked me to share my thoughts on how best to avoid going into debt while planning a wedding. I told her that I hadn’t ever written on the topic before, but I’d be happy to do so because it’s a great […]