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maybe i'm just weird, but i thoroughly believe in the old adage, "use it up, wear it out, make it do, or do without". i'm also broke as a (very unfunny) joke, and so i've learned to fix and clean and otherwise refurbish a lot of things that i can only afford second hand.
i get the ones with safety issues (cribs, c...more
oh, man... this article left me laughing in disbelief. people need $150K for "the basics"? i'd like to know what exactly is included in "the basics". i'm pretty sure iPhones and 3rd cars and massive houses aren't exactly a "basic". to me, "the basics" are food, rent, gas, water, electric and cell phone (gave up our lan...more
every year when we get our tax refund we use it to pay our bills, in cash, for the year in advance. this year we paid for our phones and internet, so that's taken care of through the end of next February. this way, even if something should happen (heaven forbid), like if my husband lost his job or had to go on medical ...more
while i understand tearing down condemned houses, and i know that most of those condemned houses cannot be rehabilitated, i don't see why the state isn't planning to use that money to rehab the rest of these places and use them for low-income housing, family shelters, community centers, etc. it seems to me that that wo...more
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