My Story

Hi. My name is Kyle Burbank and I’m a Millennial. Yes, I say this like it’s some sort of healing admission given the bad rap my generation has endured in recent years. You know — the talk about how anyone under 35 is lazy, entitled, and doesn’t even know how...

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Cometeer Review: A Money-Saving Specialty Coffee Source?

My relationship with coffee has really evolved over the years. Like many people my age (presumably), my first experience with drinking coffee with any frequency came thanks to the Starbucks Carmel Macchiato. Yet, when I wasn’t drinking sickenly sweet beverages like that, I’d drink my coffee black.  Somewhere along the...

Travel Tuesday: Motel 6 - Anaheim, CA Convention Center Review

A couple of weeks ago, I shared a look at the La Quintas we stopped at as my wife, our dog Rigby, and I made our way to California. So, today, I figured I'd talk about where we stayed once we made it to our destination: the Motel 6 near...

Bilt is Offering a United Premier Status Challenge to Customers

Before I begin this one, let me acknowledge that, yes, I have been talking a lot about Bilt lately. But, in my defense, that's only because they keep doing fascinating stuff! Of course, it also helps that I'm now a Bilt Mastercard cardholder so my attention is heightened. Still, I...

YouTube Shorts: Creating My First Short and What I Learned

Over the course of the five years that I've been publishing content on YouTube, the platform has seen a number of changes. Yet, what is perhaps the biggest update to the site arrived stateside last year with the introduction of YouTube Shorts. Even more recently, the offering made headlines (including...

US Bank is Launching a Unique Rewards Credit Card for Shoppers

Next week, U.S. Bank is set to launch what may be one of the most interesting rewards credit cards I've seen since I started paying attention to such things. Dubbed the Shopper Cash Rewards card, this offering allows customers to earn cashback amounts for specific retailers that likely top what...

Travel Tuesday: A Tale of Two (or Three) La Quintas

Last month, my wife and I set off on a road trip to California. A major reason why we choose to drive this time instead of fly was so that we could more easily travel with our dog, Rigby, who's still getting used to life with us. With her in...