Anything and everything we can help with in regards to finances, savings, & debt.
I remember trying to figure out how I was going to pay for a $200 USD textbook. It wasn't a great feeling. I really wish I had known how to save $130 USD on a computer textbook I needed for a compiler theory course. I probably would have still wasted the money, so don't do that. Seriously don't waste the money you will save. - more »
How much debt are you in? Is it more than you can pay off in a year, or five years? It turns out there are some things you can do, to reduce your debt or at least rein it in a little. Credit Cards, while convenient are usually to culprit. I got a card to earn points, and now I owe a few thousand to AMEX. - more »
If you have heard of CrowdFunding websites like KickStarter, IndieGoGo, or GoFundMe, you might have asked yourself, "What other ways has Crowding been implemented?" There are 5 main categories of Crowd Sourcing, Crowdcontests, Macrotasks, Micotasks, Crowdfunding, and Self-organized crowds. - more »
A while back I purchased a couple ATR2100-USB Microphones for recording some voice overs, songs, and creating training videos or webinars. But I had some serious issues with Low Volume when the mic is in USB Mode. While the audio quality of this mic is amazing for the price, the volume issue was almost a deal breaker. Learn how I fixed the issue with a Device Driver for Windows 7 - more »
Arizona is a wonderful state to visit. There are a couple attractions that are my favorite, and are a must see every time I am in the state. Bearizona, and of course, the Grand Canyon. Both of these attractions are unique in their own way. And both perfectly show the wild diversity of Arizona. - more »
The tiny house movement has taught me something amazing about design. The smaller the canvas, the greater the potential. What I mean by this is, Every little decision in a smaller design, has a huge impact. Here are some Tiny Homes I find inspiring, and really make me want to live in one. - more »