Just from getting rid of junk, I haven’t even started trying to haggle the bills (cellphone and internet). Thanks for the motivational kick in the ass I’ve been needing.
;)” – AJ“Over the last several years I’d say we have been very aware of our finances, always budgeting and tracking spending and setting goals.
Our cell contract is up in April, so I’m chomping at the bit to slash that bill. Naturally, I contacted them right away, and this is what they said: basically I have too much money on my account. We’d been with USAA for over 20 years and I finally made some calls last week.
And if you’re banking the difference like we are every month you’ll literally see your efforts paying off!
I should get on board with this because my cable bill just went up by $10 (and yes, I just check to see if they could lower it & they said no promotions right now but I’ll be hounding them constantly), and my health insurance will go up in Jan by almost $50.
For 25 years Score magazine has brought you the best in big tit entertainment from the plastic American show girls to the English girl next door. Copyright 2003-2014: Big Breast Archive: where great natural breasts and massive hooters collide, discuss world peace and just generally hang out. Website Analysis: Google Analytics, UX Design, Organic SEO and Responsive Web Design by Web A.
If your kink is huge tits then the big breast archive is the place to find your old favourites like L.
Hey guys :) I’m putting together a page here for all updates surrounding our “Challenge Everything” series.
That way anyone can follow along here easier and hopefully join in and save too!
My largest single savings achievement was dropping AT&T and going to Republic Wireless (saved 0 per month! Wanted to let you know that you have inspired me to go on a serious challenge of my own. ” – Lil Vee (Check out Vee’s entire comment, along with the awesome article it inspired here!
) While I still have a lot to learn, I feel like I have better understanding on how I can secure a better future of financial freedom for my family.”“Whad UP, J Money! I am calling it the K challenge and have enlisted the help of my husband, friends and colleagues to meet this goal. The idea is that, instead of being a spend-machine, I will sock away ten grand by getting rid of crap and doing side gigs from your Side Hustle Series – and I will hit my savings goal by Christmas. “Just got off the phone with my insurance agent and knocked a month off my rate thanks to this article.
If you’re new to the series, it’s my new mentality of challenging the “norm” and getting my expenses as low as possible without sacrificing quality of life.
Every month I focus on a new bill or expense that has been status quo for years – or even decades (damn) – to determine what’s truly important “The most important thing to note is that cutting your spending rate is much more powerful than increasing your income.
The reason is that every permanent drop in your spending has a double effect: it increases the amount of money you have left over to save each month, and it permanently decreases the amount you’ll need every month for the rest of your life.” That last line stopped me in my tracks: “it permanently decreases the amount you’ll need every month for the rest of your life.” This hit me hard, especially now that I’ve come to realize retiring early hinges heavily on your monthly expenses.