If you haven’t been paying attention, for the Edmonds family this has been the summer of Six Flags. Back in June I shared how I scored a screaming deal on passes, then in August I talked about how I successfully took a 5-year-old and didn’t lose my mind, and most recently I discussed some valuable lessons I learned from my visits thus far. Now it’s time to wrap up my summer series by showing you how I am going to eat at Six Flags completely free next year and how I visited the park plus an additional park for only $10 each time!
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 time I buy too many things. Do you ever have this problem or am I the crazy one? Here are some tips I’ve learned to help control my variety vice.
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 do it for even less!
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. The market has changed a lot in the past two years so this time around it was a bit a different. So I encourage you to read this now and then preorder your iPhone 6s! It releases in 4 days!!