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Lifestyle Creep Is A Perpetual Battle

Lifestyle Creep Is A Constant Battle

Since Friday afternoon, I’ve talked to four different Verizon reps on the phone regarding our cell phone plan. Pardon me if I’m a little edgy today. You see, they don’t seem to get the fact that I’m trying to save money here. Or at least they don’t appreciate my efforts. Continue reading

Passing on a Promotion Opportunity

Promotion Opportunity

Hey there ya’ll, it’s Mrs. Defined Sight again and I came across quite the unique promotion situation the other day that really made me intrigued. Continue reading

Want an Interview? Beef up the Resume!

Resume Tips

Note from Mr. Defined Sight- Today Mrs. Defined Sight unleashes some of her resume knowledge on us. We hope you enjoy and find these tips useful! Continue reading

Patience Is Crucial When Starting Small

Patience Is Crucial

Just the other day I was texting back and forth with an old college roommate. We talked about our homes, yards, and fertilizing lawns. The stuff that 50 year old people talk about except we are in our 30’s. Continue reading

Leverage Is A Powerful Thing If Used Correctly

Leverage Can Be Powerful If Used Correctly

People are often more powerful than they realize. We live in a world of high competition which bodes well for us as consumers. As for employment, there is also high competition but most companies that are worth working for will go above and beyond to retain quality talent. Continue reading

Hate Your Job? This Can Be A Benefit

Do you hate your job? This could be beneficial

 

If you’ve read some of my past writings, you’ll know that I’m not crazy about my current line of work. I get paid fairly well. I get along great with my boss and I do get to work from home. There are things about my job that aren’t that bad. Continue reading

US Credit Card Debt Is Out Of Control

US Credit Card Debt Is Out Of Control

In the personal finance world, there should be one golden rule. Aside from living below your means that is. That rule is do not, for any reason, get into credit card debt. This is no secret, every financial guru denounces this kind of debt. But yet here we are. Continue reading

My Favorite Financial Advice

My Best Financial Advice

I learned how to manage finances at an early age. No, I wasn’t reading Buffett, Munger, or Graham when I was 12 years old. The man who I learned from wasn’t a CEO of a big business or a stock trader. Continue reading

Moving Is A Pain But It Scratches An Itch

Moving Is A Pain But It Scratches An Itch

Did you know that people on average move about 12 times in their lifetime? This seems like a lot but it does count times like the college years and during those years there can be a lot of shuffling around. I personally have moved 8 times already. I’m well on my way to meeting the statistical average here. Continue reading

Montana Vacation 2017

Montana Vacation 2017

Well we did it. My wife and I drove slightly over 1,500 miles with a 3 year old to visit our good friends in Southwest Montana. I was admittedly nervous as this was by far the biggest tip for our son. Continue reading

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