As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, I buy crap and resell it. I used to have a niche, but I can no longer make money in that niche, so now I buy and sell whatever I think I can resell. (Hint: It’s getting harder and harder to make money selling ANYTHING on eBay.) How to […]Read more "How to Make Money on eBay"
Wondering how to succeed as a Millennial? First of all, welcome to Millennialhood, you lazy, unmotivated slug. Don’t take offense, I’m also a lazy, unmotivated Millennial. At least, that’s what I hear twenty times a day, from Baby Boomers or Gen Xers. Anyway, I’m going to look up from my phone screen just long enough […]Read more "Lazy Millennial Gives Advice on How to Make Ends Meet"
I know you have never been to the brink of financial ruin because of a car repair.Read more "20 Things I Already Know About You When You Say, “I Don’t Care About Money”"
Are You a Cheapskate? I’ll be honest, I’m a tightwad. Mostly this is a necessity due to my always being broke. It may also be partly genetic. When I was a kid, I remember my dad getting into a fight with the owner of the laundromat over a quarter. Yes, a quarter. The laundromat guy […]Read more "How Much of a Cheapskate Are You?"
As a follow-up to last week’s post about the ads I keep hearing for some real estate investing scam, I thought I’d bring you another can’t-miss-if-you-like-burning-money opportunity: The frozen yogurt robot franchise. If you still have any money after investing in “the PERFECT market for my real estate investing plan!” (and every market is the […]Read more "Sarcasm & Scams, Part 2: The Robot Serves Frozen Yogurt and Money, Come and Get It!"
As I’m driving around shopping for crap to resell, I like to listen to the radio. I keep hearing these ads for some sort of real estate scam, where people apparently pay a guy to, “teach YOU how to flip houses using other people’s money!” Yeah, because life works like that. And it ends with, “FAYETTEVILLE […]Read more "Who Actually Falls for Scams?"
Is College Worth the Cost? In a word, no. I remember the day I ripped my college diploma to shreds. It had been two years since I graduated with my second degree in Advertising/Public Relations, and I was still working at a crappy, low-paying retail job. You know, the kind you might see in an […]Read more "Why College Isn’t Worth the Cost: When Knowledge Isn’t Power, It’s a Constantly Flushing Financial Toilet"