So this may come as a shock to some of you, but I’m a pretty big fan of travel. And frankly, I’m not going to be one of those stuck up travelers that’s going to judge you hardcore if I’ve actually heard of the place you’ve been. No, I like traditional places to visit. For […]
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End of the world scenarios tend to change with age. When you’re 5 years old, it’s when that asshole bully that got too much dairy at a young age takes the ONLY yellow crayon. You know, the one you needed to color in your sun. Or when you’re 13, and you really start to have […]
Today’s probably going to be a shorter article than most, because a) it’s based on a question that’s easily answered with a “yes” or “no”, and b), I just got back from living it up in Vegas for my spring break! Yes, being a teacher has it’s advantages. Time off? Fantastic! Incredibly low pay and […]
I’ve been teaching for almost two years now, but even throughout high school and college I’ve noticed something about myself (and my friends/colleagues) that seems to be true no matter who you talk to: One of the greatest things on God’s green earth is checking things off a goddamn list. (can I say “God’s green […]
This is probably the first article that it almost pains me to write, because it’s I’m admitting something that I really, REALLY don’t want to admit: those vegetarian recipes all you young whipper-snappers are always on about might not be all that bad. Now, let’s call out my problem for what it is: I LOVE […]
YAY !!!! A POST WHERE I GET TO SHIT ON YOUR PARADE LIKE A FLOCK OF LAXATIVE RIDDEN SEAGULLS ON MEMORIAL DAY!!! On the list of things to do online that can make you a ton of money with very little effort is “stock trading”. The allure is easy to understand. After all, trading stocks […]
Yep, this is going to a “ranty” post, ladies and gents. Let me first start by saying that I love seeing other people succeed when it comes to finances. “Hey Paul, you helped us save $200 per month” is an awesome thing to hear. And frankly, I’m 100% a-ok with you doing whatever it is […]
You might think that being raised white middle class really doesn’t qualify me to talk about what makes a good side hustle in any way, shape or form. After all, I didn’t grow up on the streets; my parents had pretty stable jobs, and I was convinced that “ridin’ dirty” simply meant that your car could […]
Last week, I spent over 2,000 words demonstrating to you that not getting in shape can cost you a pretty penny. In fact, it can cost you lots of pennies; my conservative analysis showed that you can increase your medical spending by close to $60,000 if you’re not careful about taking care of yourself. This […]