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Questions About Real Estate, Work Clothes, Shaving, Eggs, and More!
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What’s inside? Here are the questions answered in today’s reader mailbag, boiled down to summaries of five or fewer words. Click on the number to jump straight down to the question. 1. Real estate investing 101 2. Frugality and thinking ahead 3. TSP or Roth IRA? 4. “Bang for buck” work clothes? 5. Follow up […]

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Questions About Inheritance, Old Money Books, Fidgeting, Pickles, and More!
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What’s inside? Here are the questions answered in today’s reader mailbag, boiled down to summaries of five or fewer words. Click on the number to jump straight down to the question. 1. Inheritance question 2. Converting attic into extra bedroom 3. Tempted by individual stock investment 4. Staying motivated at work 5. Fidget “spinners” or […]

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Six Simple Steps for Cooking at Home If You’ve Never Really Done It Before
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Several years ago, I wrote a brief article on the first steps someone should take if they’re new to cooking at home. For some reason, I spent half the article outlining reasons why someone might be new to cooking at home, citing statistics about fast food and takeout use. Suffice it to say, many Americans […]

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The 3 success traps that hold back ambitious people
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Funny how our definition of success can change. What was your definition when you were 20? What about today? When I was 18, my dream was being able to afford an appetizer at a restaurant. When I was 25, I LOVED being able to take my friends out for drinks and buy an entire round without […]

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Couples who post too much on social media always break up
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Ramit’s politically incorrect observation #394: If you’re a couple who posts too many lovey-dovey photos on Instagram… …you are going to break up. Am I the only one who thinks this?? Come on, you know what I’m talking about. One day they’re running on a beach together, drinking pina coladas with that weird intertwined arm […]

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Questions About Taxes, Pepper Mills, Career Choices, Buying Cars with Cash, and More!
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What’s inside? Here are the questions answered in today’s reader mailbag, boiled down to summaries of five or fewer words. Click on the number to jump straight down to the question. 1. Career, marriage, and life crossroads 2. Taxes for disabled veterans 3. Paying off a lease early? 4. Queen of Versailles 5. Buying a […]

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The Power of the Spice Rack: How Simple Spices, Aromatics, and Other Simple Additions Can Transform Bland Staples Into Amazing Foods
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I am a huge advocate for making low cost meals at home. It’s been one of our biggest money savers over the past several years, trimming our cost per meal for our family well below $1 per meal, which means we can feed a family of five for about $400-450 per month, and we do […]

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Start training your toddler for Easter
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Lead an age-appropriate treasure hunt for pre-verbal toddlers; hide lemons, golf balls, or plasticky eggs in the backyard whenever boredom strikes. Continue reading Start training your toddler for Easter at Rookie Moms.

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The Dirty Dozen: My 12 Biggest Financial Mistakes of the Last 10 Years and How I Wish I Had Done Things Differently
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When I write about my own personal finance experiences, it’s easy to report on the things I did well. Writing about the good moves makes a lot of sense, after all. Those are the moves that resulted in a clear-cut personal finance gain without a lot of sacrifice, and those are the moves that really […]

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Here’s What Our $150-a-Week Grocery Budget and Meal Plan Looks Like in Real Life
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When my husband and I got serious about our finances years ago, our food spending was out of control. We were just two people and a baby at the time, yet we were inhaling $1,000 in food each month – and sometimes more. One fix for our food spending woes was simple: We were dining out […]

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31 Days to Financial Independence (Day 29): Handling Changing Goals
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“31 Days to Financial Independence” is an ongoing series that appears every Thursday on The Simple Dollar. You might want to start this series from the beginning! Last time, we discussed the “long valley” – the period when the “honeymoon” wears off during a personal change yet you’re still far from your goal. That period […]

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