Month: May 2014

Tactics for Appealing Health Insurance Denials

A few weeks ago, I put out a call on Twitter and on Facebook for detailed posts that people would like to see. I got enough great responses that I’m going to fill the entire month of July – one post per day – addressing these ideas. Update: With the passage of the Affordable Care …

Categories: Health, Insurance

Is It Worthwhile to Invest in Precious Metals?

A few weeks ago, I put out a call on Twitter and on Facebook for detailed posts that people would like to see. I got enough great responses that I’m going to fill the entire month of July – one post per day – addressing these ideas. On Facebook, Silver requested a post on the …

Categories: Investing

Ten Pieces of Inspiration #26

Each week, I highlight ten things each week that inspired me to greater financial, personal, and professional success. Hopefully, they will inspire you as well. 1. Thoreau on the purpose of actions Having enough time seems to be a concern of most people today. It’s not enough to be busy, so are the ants. The …

Dinner With My Family #22: Cooking Out with Healthy Options

Each week, I’ll present a low-cost meal (or a meal that demonstrates a lot of options for cutting costs) that my family eats for dinner and enjoys. Many of the recipes will be vegan or vegetarian, with options to add other ingredients for non-vegetarians. This past weekend, we had several houseguests over for dinner. For …

How to Reduce the Startup Costs of a Food Garden

A few weeks ago, I put out a call on Twitter and on Facebook for detailed posts that people would like to see. I got enough great responses that I’m going to fill the entire month of July – one post per day – addressing these ideas. On Facebook, Sherri requested a post on the …