Avoid Letting Convenience Purchases Become Daily Habits

August 5, 2008

If you’re new to “Think Your Way To Wealth”, get free updates on debt reduction, saving money, and building wealth by subscribing to the RSS feed or via Email . Thanks for visiting! When I was a kid, water came out of the tap, or from a 1/2 gallon bottle delivered by the water man. [...]

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Frugal Things to Do in New Orleans, Louisiana

August 4, 2008

New Orleans is open for business! While much of the city is still recovering from Hurricane Katrina, there are still plenty of frugal things to do should you ever find yourself down in “The Big Easy”. Image by DoctorWho Mardi Gras – One of the greatest free celebrations in the U.S., Mardi Gras lasts for [...]

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Weekend Roundup- It’s not the Heat, It’s the Humidity Edition

August 3, 2008

It has been really humid down here in the deep south, and for the first time in my life I am wondering if I should start paying someone to cut the grass. Maybe I’m just getting old(er). Oh well, I’ll stick it out. I participated in the Money Blog Network Group Writing Project for July [...]

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Book Review: Scratch Beginnings by Adam Shepard

August 3, 2008

Scratch Beginnings is the chronicle of Adam Shepard, who started his journey with a gym bag, a sleeping bag, the clothes on his back, and $25.00. As a recent college graduate in his early twenties, his experiment, so to speak, was to start with nothing, and, within one year, obtain a vehicle, an apartment with [...]

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Are Gas Guzzlers and the Suburbs Equally to Blame for America’s Current Fuel Crisis?

August 1, 2008

I am very fortunate to have pretty short commute to work, a little less than 3 miles each way. I basically live and work in the suburbs, although I am just a few miles outside of the city limits. This allows me to get to work and back in about 10 minutes each way, sometimes [...]

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6 Added Benefits Besides Saving Money of Bringing Your Lunch to Work

July 29, 2008

Bringing your lunch to work can save you quite bit of money. If you save $5 to $6 a day x 5 days a week x 50 weeks a year, you can save $1250+ per year. But have you considered the non-monetary or indirect monetary benefits of brown bagging it? Save time Instead of spending [...]

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35 Ways To Kick Start Your Debt Snowball

July 28, 2008

Once you make the decision to get serious about your debt reduction, finding additional money to use to reduce debt can be difficult. We get used to our lifestyles, and changes to it are hard to make and stick with. But making small changes can add up, significantly. If you make 10 changes that save [...]

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