Wall Street Plummets on Debt Fears

The Republicans and the President are finally close to cutting a deal to keep the government from defaulting. But, the deal smells more like a ploy to avoid the problem until the next election than a serious attempt to control runaway spending. […]

He who Dies with the Most Toys is Dead

It’s sad to me when people look to possessions for happiness. They can fill their lives with toys and have all of the money in the world, but that won’t bring contentment. […]

Happiness is Doing it Yourself

Since I am an avid Do It Yourselfer (mostly because I am cheap), I thought I would share three examples of where we saved a ton of money by doing it ourselves. […]

4 Important Lessons on Investing

MySpace, king of the social networks just a few short years ago, sold for a paltry $35 million this week. News Corp. bought MySpace for $580 million in 2005, which pencils out to a 94% loss. I won’t invest in Facebook, Twitter or most other online businesses and here are 4 important reasons why. […]