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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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Frugal Fun with Friends: Turning TV into a Social Event

Having a great time doesn't have to cost you a fortune. Turning television watching into an interactive social event is a perfect example. So, instead of spending a small fortune to take on the town, I prefer to place my (non-monetary) bets, head to a friend's house, and turn on...

A Step by Step Guide to Publishing Your Book

At one point or another, many of us have dreamed about becoming a published author. There are many reasons why people want to publish their works, ranging from the desire to relate to an audience, share their knowledge and skills with others, or perhaps even make a little bit of...

Are You Neglecting This Credit Card Cash Back Opportunity?

Controversial opinion: credit cards are great! Well, more accurately, rewards credit cards are great when used properly and responsibly. In fact, my wife and I have saved literally hundreds of dollars just by paying attention to what cards we're using to pay for certain goods and then paying down our...

Moving? You Might Need to Tell Your Current State... Or Else

So, while you're making truck arrangements, finding housing, and getting your address info updated, you may want to take a minute to familiarize yourself with your current states laws before you go. In our case, had we been proactive instead of relying on our past (apparently incomparable) experiences, we could...

Creating, Publishing, and Selling Your Own eBook

As a writer, I can tell you there’s no better feeling than having someone read and enjoy your work. Well, maybe one thing better: making money at the same time. Of course there are many obstacles that stand in between authors and profit, including the costs of publishing and the...

Cargo Adds Cash-Free "Minibars" to Rideshare Vehicles

Cargo really does sound like a win for everyone involved. Not only does it provide a service to both drivers and passengers but also does so in a nonintrusive and arguably elegant way. So, if you're a rideshare driver looking to improve your passengers' experience and perhaps make a little...

Android Pay's Latest Expansion Could Be Your Ticket to the Movies

If you're an Android user and looking to catch some of the big summer blockbusters like Spider-Man: Homecoming, War for the Planet of the Apes, or Dunkirk, save yourself a couple of bucks by taking advantage of this Fandago/Android Pay promotion while it lasts.

Uber Just Upped Your Side Hustle Earning Potential

If you've ever considered starting a side hustle and driving for Uber, now may be the perfect time to get on board. Uber is introducing in-app tips, which may prove a boon for upping your earning potential as a driver.

Good News for Your Grocery Budget: Aldi is Expanding

Looking to save money on your grocery bill? If so, Aldi has a lot to offer. While, for most people, this discount store won't completely replace your supermarket of choice, it can certainly help supplement your shopping list if you know the right things to buy.

Get Started Vlogging: Tips From Someone Doing the Same

Hopefully this guide to everything I’ve learned so far will aid you as you try to navigate the world of vlogging along with me. Just remember that, while quality video, audio, and editing are important, content is king, so do good work.

Why Teavana Could Be Your Ticket to Free Starbucks

While some Starbucks fans were disappointed and/or irate about the changes made to the Gold Card program last year, tea drinkers like me have made out like bandits. So if you're a Teavana regular and you haven't already, I highly recommend joining the Starbucks Rewards Program and getting your free...

Writing Tips for Making Your Manuscript Manageable

Writing and publishing a book is a major accomplishment that you should be proud of. Unfortunately, all too often would-be authors never reach the finish line because they get overwhelmed by the process. Don’t let this happen to you! By setting attainable goals for yourself, creating the right writing environment,...
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