The Best Things in Life Aren’t Things
Mar13

The Best Things in Life Aren’t Things

It’s called the “Mountain Man *” and here’s what you do: Get down to the bare essentials leaving just your knickers, briefs or whatever you happen to call underwear, just keep it legal and no long johns please. Shoes are optional but recommended. Then go outside, but only when the temps are sub-zero. The colder the better – that’s how it works. If you can last at least 60 seconds you are now a...

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24 Ways To $ave Dat Money
Jan31

24 Ways To $ave Dat Money

David Burd, better known by his stage name Lil Dicky, is an American rapper and comedian. At the age of 31 Lil Dicky’s net worth is estimated at over $8 million dollars. You might want to watch this video twice as Lil Dicky provides several real ideas on how to reduce your spending and $ave Dat money. For those of you who can’t watch the video *NSFW – I’ve extracted the best of LD’s money saving tips...

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À la carte or Buffet – The $20 Cell Phone Plan
Jan21

À la carte or Buffet – The $20 Cell Phone Plan

FREE iPhone X, FREE $200 gift card and FREE washboard abs. Just sign here! But before you do – realize it’s all a LIE – even the abs. All those advertisements you see for free upgrades, gifts with purchase and free iPhones are not really free, somebody pays and that somebody is you. It’s stacked against you by design. There is only one thing (possibly two) things in life that are always free: a mother’s...

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It’s Stacked Against You
Jan10

It’s Stacked Against You

There is a reason that the debt levels in Canada and the US are approaching all time highs. The average Canadian owes about $1.70 for every dollar of income he or she earns per year, after taxes. This is not an oops I slipped. This is by design. No one actually wants you to save money. Almost everyone is out to get a little bit of your dinero. I mean everyone, even your own kids are out to get you. They are constantly asking you for...

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Resolution Run – Race Recap
Jan03

Resolution Run – Race Recap

Average people wait for New Year’s Day to make resolutions about getting fit – the number one resolution BTW. And then there is the MoneyRunner (and the 1,000’s of other crazy runners) who don’t wait for New Year’s Day – we’re getting fit on New Year’s Eve. Enter the Resolution Run, the perfect way to celebrate the past year and at the same time start a new one. This year will be my 5th...

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The Shockingly Simple Way To Get Rich
Dec12

The Shockingly Simple Way To Get Rich

Spend less than you earn and save the difference. Thanks, Captain Obvious, we already knew that.  The problem isn’t that we don’t know this, the problem is that the majority of us are absolutely horrible at it. Let’s take a look at the one thing we are really good at – Spending. Lot’s and lot’s of spending and that equals lot’s and lot’s of debt and consumption.  In Canada’s case,...

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Your Money is Your Time – Don’t Waste It
Mar12

Your Money is Your Time – Don’t Waste It

It’s possibly the worst trade you will make in your entire life, your time for money and stuff. Quick question – If you were in the possession of a resource that was very rare and had no way to replenish itself, would you trade that resource for something that was available everywhere and easy for everyone to attain? Hell NO! That sounds like a raw deal. Why would anyone trade something finite (Life – If you’re...

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OMY Syndrome & Early Retirement
Feb06

OMY Syndrome & Early Retirement

Despite the weighty title that this study carries “Optimum Strategies for Creativity and Longevity”, it is worth reading again and again. The work of Dr. Sing Lin makes a great case against OMY (If I work One More Year it will be all good) syndrome and makes a fairly strong case for early retirement. According to Dr. Lin, pension funds in many large American corporations (e.g., Boeing, Lockheed Martin, AT&T, Lucent Technologies,...

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