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Budgeting

This Week in Money, Apps, and Sexy New $$ Books

April 24, 2015
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Poor people spend their money, and invest what’s left. Rich people invest their money, and spend what’s left. – Jim Rohn Something tells me we have more rich people reading this today than poor people, am I right? Right? Right??? (In the voice of Ned Ryerson from Ground Hogs Day ;) “Watch out for that first step, it’s a dooz-ey!”) A big week for us here […]

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How to Eat on Less Than $1.00/meal

March 27, 2015
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Welcome to part II of the Food Budget Battle! If you missed our last post, a reader of this site – Braden – called malarkey on our blogger friend, Dan Miller, that there’s no way in God’s name you can eat meals for under a dollar (175+ comments so far!). Being the gentlemanly guy that I am, of course, I had to allow Mr. Miller […]

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How in GOD’s NAME do you spend so little on food??

March 25, 2015
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I am DYING over here friends… Dying. Just received one of the feistiest emails ever on food budgeting and can’t stop laughing at this guy. He’s on a mission and needs our help to get to the bottom of it! ;) How do people eat on only $1.00 a meal?? What’s a fat man (his words) to do?? Review this at your leisure and then […]

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What a Budget For a Family of 8 Looks Like

February 27, 2015
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[Look! A post about budgeting! When was the last time we talked about *that* here on this blog, haha.. I should rename this site HustlingIsSexy.com ;) But what I lack in budgeting posts, my man Dan Miller more than makes up for today with his own sharing of budgetary skills. If that guy can do it WITH 6 KIDS we should all be able to […]

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Why I Use Personal Capital Almost Every Single Day [A Real Life Review]

February 23, 2015
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[Hey guys! So I’ve been trying to get y’all a personal review of Personal Capital for ages ‘cuz they’re bad ass, but after finding out one of my friends lives and breathes by them almost daily, I thought you’d get a much better picture of how awesome they are from him. And considering he recently retired early at the ripe age of 33, he’s obviously doing […]

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The Budget of Christmas Past

December 15, 2014
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According to Wikipedia, The [Budget] of Christmas Past is the first of the three spirits to haunt [J. Money]. This angelic spirit shows [J. Money] scenes from his past that occurred on or around Christmas, in order to demonstrate to him the necessity of changing his ways, as well as to show the reader how [J. Money] came to be a bitter, coldhearted miser [stunning, […]

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How to Be Invincible

September 22, 2014
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[Yours truly is still hungover gathering his marbles from this weekend’s financial nerdfest, so please enjoy a great article today by my blogging friend Matt Becker of Mom and Dad Money. And by “killer,” I mean the opposite of that since, ahem, this post is all about being invincible. Take it away, Matt!] How would you like to be invincible? Okay, maybe not truly invincible […]

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Do You Have Money Left Over Each Month?

July 16, 2014
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The whole point of budgeting, besides getting an A from yours truly, is to figure out how much “extra” you’re playing with every month. When all your bills are paid, how much do you have left over? Or an even better question to ask yourself – is there *anything*? As crazy as it sounds, your boy J. never cared about budgets until just a few […]

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A Consumer’s Life in 30 Bullet Points

May 5, 2014
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[We’ve got a killer article for you today by my new friend, A. Noonan Moose, over at FrugalFringe.com. I figured it would be much more fun (and educational) to read than a post on spit up rags and poopy diapers ;) J. Penny II does say hi though. He’ll be making an appearance soon…] A consumer’s life is a life of many choices—hundreds of them […]

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