Why do You Save?

Welcome back, hope you all had a wonderful memorial weekend. I myself enjoyed a BBQ with good company while I mostly recovered from a bad case of cold since last week. Yeah, weird time of the year to be sick. Just glad to be healthy and dandy again. Moving on… With a looming recession and […]

Going back to school: A shock to the system

This is a guest post contributed by Heather Johnson, who is an industry critic on the subject of entrepreneurial finance. She invites your feedback at heatherjohnson2323 at gmail dot com. I graduated from college four years ago and bounced from job to job. I’m not here to complain about the past four years; they were […]

Into the Wild in Search of Truth

I just watched the film Into the Wild by Sean Penn upon a friend’s recommendation. If you have not seen the movie, make sure you have 2.5 hours to spare and not in a bad mood already because it may leave you more depressed afteward. Don’t misunderstand me. Into the Wild is an excellent movie […]

Rising Gas Price, Lower Average Speed, Tire Change, and Gas Tax Suspension

I find myself driving slower these days to get better gas mileage amidst erupting gas price. On top of that, I spent $450~ to replace the tires on my Scion tC with some BF Goodrich g-Force Super Sport A/S tires upon hitting 45,000 miles. So there goes my economic stimulus payment! (which I have not […]

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