Entries by Jeremy Edmonds

Open A Checking Account For Your Teenager

I know they look awkward, but your teen is capable of so much more than you are probably giving them credit for.  They need to learn how to be fiscally responsible, and if you don’t teach them the banks and credit card companies will.  They’re going to learn it on the streets anyway… so shouldn’t you […]

Change Is The Only Constant

Change: We all hate it but without it our lives would be pretty boring.  It’s the stuff of dreams and the stuff of nightmares.  Presidential platforms have been built around it and support groups have been built upon it.  I’ve been on this earth now for 35 years and it’s amazing what staple markets have […]

Subscriptions Can Really Suck… Your Money

If you haven’t noticed, the market has responded even more to the payment mentality.  I’m not just talking about the classic “fruit of the month” club, but also everything from razors to HBO are now available for one easy low monthly payment.  This can be an easy and affordable way to get just as much […]

This Christmas Get Tangled Up With Experiences Not Stuff

As much as you and I may hate to admit it, Christmas is less than 2 months away!  This year my wife and I discussed that we have enough STUFF.  Our girls don’t need clothes, toys, or games.  We’ve resolved to instead focus on creating experiences that breed lasting memories.  November is the prime month that […]

How To Protect Your Electronic Investments

There’s nothing worse than getting a nice shiny new gadget only to have it be scratched up or even inoperable in two shakes of a lamb’s tail.  Not only is that a bummer it’s also not a wise use of your money!  Today I’m going to talk briefly about 3 simple products you can use […]

What Is Your Variety Vice?

Sometimes your biggest vice can actually be variety itself.  If you’re like me the biggest enemy of your wallet can be your wide taste.  I’m the kind of person who likes to try one of everything to see if I like it.  However, I end up liking most of them and so when it’s grocery […]

How To Operate A Vehicle For 3.5 Cents A Mile

In a couple weeks my first and only car, a 2002 Honda Civic EX, will turn 14 years old.  That’s right… I’ll own a teenager.  My how they grow up so fast.  Today I’m going to share with you how I’ve managed to operate this car for only 3.5¢ a mile and how you can […]

How I Paid As Little As $15 For My iPhone 6s

  Two years ago I published a post that got a lot of attention.  I shared how I paid only $37 for my brand new iPhone 5s.  The most common responses I got were “What?!? HOW?!?!” and “Are you kidding?”.  The truth is with a bit of planning and wisdom you can see similar results. […]

What’s Your Why?

In our busy lives it’s very easy to get swept away and lose track of what’s most important to us.  Maybe you’ve never stopped and even set goals, but if you have and have skipped this step or you are about to set goals is time to discover your WHY.  Goals must be informed by […]