Posts Tagged ‘saving money’

How to Boost Your Saving Power

Posted on June 18th, 2011 by by Jesse Michelsen

Last week I read an article on the Times online that was titled, How to boost your spending power and this title really disappointed me. Although the Times is not necessarily a financial geared publication, it is a national news source and I feel this article is telling the public to do exactly the opposite […]

Why I Think Minimalism Is A Great Idea

Posted on January 18th, 2011 by by Jesse Michelsen

I am not a minimalist. I do, however, like to keep things around my home free of clutter. Nice and tidy really is nice. I like to buy things when I need them and pass them up when I don’t. Why You Should Consider Minimalism Minimalism doesn’t have to be as extreme as people think […]

Income and Internet: How Do They Relate Continued

Posted on December 23rd, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

Pew Internet and American Life Project recently released some data about how Income levels and Internet usage relate to each other. Earlier I discussed how I felt the research may have been a bit backwards in that it pointed to income levels as the reason that households use Internet differently and more specifically why higher […]

8Coupons and Geolocated Deals

Posted on May 13th, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

A common problem with coupon clipping, especially those of the online variation is that you have to go find where those coupons are good. If you search for coupons for that new pair of shoes, or whatever, once you find a coupon, you have to find where those shoes are sold, and then you have […]

Introduction to Voucher Codes and Cash Back

Posted on March 29th, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

Over the last 12 months the use of online voucher schemes has increased by 650% according to the Institute of Sales Promotion.  Perhaps this isn’t surprising considering the dire financial situation that we’ve found ourselves in, but many of you out there still may not be aware that there are ways to spend online, while […]