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Walking New York: Free Tours by Foot


At this point, readers know that I have a love affair with NYC. I love walking around different neighborhoods and finding what they have to offer. It’s free and it works to get out and…

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Monthly Update October 2014

Monthly Update – October, 2014


In this update: stocks dip, and then rebound, real estate worrisome, but continues along, my LendingClub.com monthly update, an interesting item I spent money on, a business idea, and some good tunes for the Fall. It finally…

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Monthly Update September 2014

Monthly Update – September, 2014


In this update: stocks take another hit, real estate hits a bump, my LendingClub.com monthly update, an interesting item I spent money on, a business idea, and a couple of New Orleans-inspired songs. Oh no! It’s…

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Monthly Update August 2014

Monthly Update – August, 2014


In this update: my stocks are up, real estate is chugging along nicely, my LendingClub.com monthly update, an interesting item I spent money on, a business idea, and a song or two I’ve been listening to…

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July 2014 Monthly Update

Monthly Update – July, 2014


In this update: stock market performance, real estate, my LendingClub.com monthly update, an interesting item I spent money on, a business idea, and a song or two I’ve been listening to recently. Month 2 of my…

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My One-Minute Frugal Rap Video


I’ve mentioned before that many personal finance bloggers often fall into one of two camps. Some tell you it’s crucial to spend less money. Some scoff at frugality and are all about finding ways to…

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Monthly Update – June, 2014


In this update: investment performance, my real estate investing numbers revealed, my LendingClub.com monthly update, one interesting item I spent money on and a song or two I’ve been listening to recently.   So, I’ve…

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What I’m Listening To: The Good Life


Ah, the good life. Since the great recession, the markets have gone up, the economy has bounced back, and the future looks a little rosier than it did in 2009. Of course, as good personal…

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