Only very rarely do I pass along a guest post, but a reader sent me such a spectacular energy saving do-it-yourself idea (and wonderful writeup
I’ve officially decided to start clippering my hair very short – and doing it at home. I used to do this in college, but since
This is the ninth entry in a fourteen part series discussing the time management classic Getting Things Done by David Allen. New entries in this
In the past on The Simple Dollar, I’ve talked about how to lodge a complaint against a company if you’re truly dissatisfied with a product.
Connie writes in: You write a lot about how there’s a deep connection between less clutter and financial success. I don’t get it at all.
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Every Sunday, The Simple Dollar reviews a personal finance book or other book of interest. For many of us (myself included), one of the biggest
As I mentioned a bit last week, we’re currently debt free except for our mortgage and a student loan with such low interest that it
A while back, I came across a fascinating article at The Guardian discussing askers and guessers: This is the “disease to please” – a phrase
Many newer readers of The Simple Dollar haven’t been exposed to the hundreds of great articles in the archives of the site, so this is
WHat’s on the table this summer? Apple Pork Chops with Garlic Baby Potatoes A few days ago, I was going through the produce section of
This is the eighth entry in a fourteen part series discussing the time management classic Getting Things Done by David Allen. New entries in this
Most of this article applies to any situation in which someone hires someone else to perform work, whether it’s paying someone to change the oil
What’s inside? Here are the questions answered in today’s reader mailbag, boiled down to five word summaries. Click on the number to jump straight down
Recently, I asked the fans of The Simple Dollar on Facebook what their favorite single money tip was. I got all kinds of responses from
Many of the most entertaining emails I receive from readers will never pop up in the reader mailbag. Lengthy personal attacks (including threatening statements about
This is the seventh entry in a fourteen part series discussing the time management classic Getting Things Done by David Allen. New entries in this
Two readers wrote in yesterday with concerns about handling cash they found. First, James: I was at the grocery store this morning and I found