Posts Tagged ‘splurge’

5 Things That Are Worth The Cost

Posted on March 17th, 2011 by by Jesse Michelsen

The battle between generics or private labels versus national brand names rages on year after year, but you all know that I value certain things over money around here right? This is a finance blog of course, so I know that money is important, but there comes a point when you have to decide what […]

60 Ways to Feel Luxurious Without the Price Tag

Posted on June 7th, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

No matter how tight money is, it is possible to enjoy a life of luxury without the price tag. One definition of luxury is “a refined way of living” – true luxury has nothing to do with brands or money, but with the feeling of indulgence. Here are 60 ways to feel luxurious without spending […]

The Worlds Worst Credit Card Spenders

Posted on April 13th, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

Today I’ve got a pretty interesting guest post here from the writers at BestCreditCards.com.au, a place to compare different credit cards. We’ve all succumbed to a credit card splurge and been caught up in the excitement of a shopping spree, a sale or a remedy for a bad day at work. However, this excitement is […]

Average Consumer Spending in the US

Posted on August 17th, 2009 by by Jesse Michelsen

I stumbled on this image detailing how the average US consumer spends their paycheck based on a survey done by the Department of Labor. (click to enlarge) There were a few areas here that I found interesting such as reading, cash contributions, entertainment and food. The reading section is pretty minimal but its actually larger […]

 
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