How I Grabbed a Half Price Ticket to Europe for Oktoberfest

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In addition to collecting points and miles through credit cards bonuses shopping portals, one of the keys to travel more, (and inexpensively) is to always be on the lookout for deals or discounts. Just by paying attention and following some travel blogs, (like this one. Hint Hint), I was able to grab a flight from New York to Italy and ... Read More »

Annie Didn’t Stand a Chance

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I’d never heard of a “Double Under” before. Sounded like something from In-N-Out burger. Picture jumping rope like normal, but swinging the rope TWICE for every jump. The rope needs to pass under your feet two times, each time you jump, so you have to move your arms and wrists fast. (“Yea I could never do that”) is usually the first ... Read More »

A Sample Letter I Sent to Customer Service

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One of the properties I own has it’s loan through Fidelity Bank in Wichita, Kansas. A few months back I had a question on my loan and called into their main office. I was told the system was down and they’d be unable to pull my record. They suggested I call back the next day when it would be fixed. ... Read More »

“The Three Types of Freedom”- via Paula Pant

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Shared from Paula Pant of AffordAnything.com “Unfortunately, there’s one limit that we can never shatter: our time on this planet. Time is our most limited, and therefore our most valuable, possession. Yet the majority of us are trading that precious resource, time, for something that’s near-infinite in quantity, money. That’s unsustainable. Keep it up, and we’ll exhaust our supply of time. But there ... Read More »