Oh boy, I guess I didn’t think about the timing on when I was going to write this series. With Thanksgiving festivities now behind us, hopefully we didn’t spend too much on food. That’s what life does though, right? Life throws you curveballs and sometimes it just about the timing. While most of the time,
Category: Personal Finance
You’ve probably heard it before, the three things that most people spend money on each month are home expenses, transportation, and dining out. In this three part series – I’ll talk about my struggle with spending too much money on food, the challenges, and adjustments I’m making along the way. Current Factors Without looking at
The next 3 months. Here’s what’s on my agenda for the next three months. You’re probably wondering why I’m writing about this and I’ll tell you. If you fail to plan, you plan to fail. -Benjamin Franklin Hawaii In a little over a week is my daughter’s 21st birthday. We’ll be celebrating
Holiday Trip As I’m writing out this blog post on the way home, my trip at my second home in Hawaii has come to an end. I took an extra day off and flew out on Wednesday. Which, this year, was the day before the 4th of July holiday. Always looking to optimize my spending
“Touchdown London! *fans cheer*” That’s something that we we’ll probably never hear. Well, unless England decides to get a football (American football) team. It’s was the first time I had been on this side of the Atlantic before. It’s true “People Regret the Things They Didn’t Do More Than the Things They Did.” I hesitated
Random: I was in HI recently and noticed, the same sale on oatmeal (@Safeway) that we have here which was a 2 for 1 was $1 cheaper than the exact same sale in HI. Add that as an eye opener in the cost of living expenses category.