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What Are The Differences Between Saving And Investing & How To Do Both On A Budget
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What Are The Differences Between Saving And Investing & How To Do Both On A Budget

This post is sponsored by Lexington Law The two are often used interchangeably but there are some key differences between saving and investing. Knowing how saving and investing are different, and knowing how to successfully do both on a budget, will help reduce stress in your day to day life […]

How to Travel the World Cheap, Like A Pro and Without Going Into Debt
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How to Travel the World Cheap, Like A Pro and Without Going Into Debt

This post is sponsored by Lexington Law Big travel doesn’t have to cost big bucks. Anyone who tells you it does is trying to sell you a bloated tour package. Run far away from that. Here’s how to travel the world cheap, like a pro, without going into debt. You […]

4 Good Types of Debt: When It Makes Sense To Take On Debt
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4 Good Types of Debt: When It Makes Sense To Take On Debt

This post is sponsored by Lexington Law Living a debt free life is the ideal scenario but sometimes, taking on debt cannot be avoided. And sometimes it makes perfect sense to actually take on debt voluntarily. I was going to include ‘getting medical attention and life saving treatment’ on this […]

A Stay At Home Dad’s Tips for Teaching Kids Personal Finance and The Best Money Games for Kids
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A Stay At Home Dad’s Tips for Teaching Kids Personal Finance and The Best Money Games for Kids

This post is sponsored by Lexington Law Firm Ten years ago, I willing waved goodbye to my cushy white collar job, and its beefy annual summertime bonus, to be a full time dad. My daughters were 4 and 1 then, newbies still as this whole ‘life’ thing. Upon announcing my […]

Haven Life and The Death Of One Of The Last Hold Outs Of The Modern DIY World
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Haven Life and The Death Of One Of The Last Hold Outs Of The Modern DIY World

Auto and home. Our thermostats and in-home lighting. 401(k) investments and everyday banking. Movies and TV. Even live sports! We are alive in a self-directed, DIY, on-demand, “give it to me right now, no, even quicker!” world. And, up until very recently, there’s been an old-school-but-not-in-a-rad-way hold out: life insurance. […]

Growing Older With Fewer Monthly Bills
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Growing Older With Fewer Monthly Bills

OWTK is a brand ambassador for TracFone’s #TracFoneFamily campaign. All opinions expressed below are honest and unbiased, as always. These kinds of conversations simply don’t happen. Frankly, there have been disturbingly few conversations between my brother and I over the past several years, but the ones we have had were […]

The 10th Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina and the End of Flood Insurance
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The 10th Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina and the End of Flood Insurance

We don’t live in the 9th Ward. We don’t live in New Orleans, near the Gulf of Mexico, or within miles of a body of water of any note. And yet, a short while after Hurricane Katrina struck a decade ago, pummeling NOLA and the Gulf Coast like Ronda Rousey […]

Walgreens Healthcare Clinics Offer Consumers Price Transparency
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Walgreens Healthcare Clinics Offer Consumers Price Transparency

I am a member of the Collective Bias®  Social Fabric® Community.  This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper amplification for #CollectiveBias and its advertiser. The Top 3 Times I Needed a Walgreens Healthcare Clinic Philadelphia are all panic-y situations resulting in odd-hour visits to the ER, […]

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