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Living large on a small budget. Despite what you may have heard, you don't have to sacrifice your financial independence to enjoy life. We believe people on a budget can still enjoy fabulous and fun lives.

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10 Shocking Facts About Our World

By Jeff Yeager When you write about money and the environment for a living, you're constantly bombarded by related facts, figures and other interesting stuff. It seems like a day doesn't pass without someone emailing me a press release about how much CO2 is released via cow flatulence every year, or how much money you could save by heating your home with cow chips. […]

10 Examples of Tremendous Business Leadership

By Glen Stansberry Great leadership can be hard to come by. With all the politics and blaming that can go on within an organization, many companies are lacking good, solid leadership from people who are willing to stick to their word. That's why it's always refreshing to see examples of great leadership in our society. […]

Join Our Tweetchat at 4:00 CST For a Chance to Win Prizes

By Will Chen Join our Tweetchat today from 4:00 – 4:45 pm CST for lively conversation and a chance to win prizes! Feeling stressed? […]

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Teach Your Way Around the World

By Sasha A. Rae You’re itching to hit the road, but can’t find the funds to do it. Still, you have some unexpected, maybe unwanted, free time on your hands and an urge to see the world. Now’s the time to check out the teaching abroad scene. Loads of jobs await in places near and far. From just across the border in Mexico to the furthest reaches of the Polynesian Islands, opportunities abound. […]

Warren Buffett's Investment Advice: Why It's So Hard to Follow

By WC Porter A year ago, I wrote a piece called Cash is King: Now What Should I do With It?  After going through all the responsible options of what I could do with our pile of cash, I added one last one: what if I just threw it in the stock market and tried to double it? Obviously, the fear of getting stabbed and divorced by my wife told me that this wasn't worth it—the risk was too high. But yo […]

Skills That Can Save You Money Part 1: Parallel Parking

By Paul Michael It may at first seem odd that a driving lesson would appear on a blog about saving money. But read on and you’ll see why something as basic (well, to some) as parallel parking can be a ticket to big savings. I passed my test late in life. I was 26, and I did it here in America. […]

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Dating on a Dime

By Myscha Theriault Finding time and funds for dating is a challenge for singles and couples alike. […]