So I’m supposed to be doing the “complaint free challenge” right now but this post is clearly a long form rant… Full of complaining.
I work at a desk all day and normally have the radio on as I work from home. I hear about a dozen car dealership commercials per hour. So I have heard them all. As someone focused on saving money and “RATIONAL” spending, these car commercials drive me absolutely crazy! Continue reading “OMG! Enough with the car dealership commercials!”
Last time I shared our family’s favourite meal (Pad Thai) but today I will share our most economical meal. I really love this one because it’s not only great tasting and has so much protein, but it’s super inexpensive to make. Continue reading “Vegan Budget Cooking Series: Tomato Herb Rice & Beans”
I have known about cash back portal websites for a while now but never really used them. We do use apps like Checkout 51 and Flipp for cash back on small grocery purchases. But did you know you can get significant cash back offers on pretty much everything you buy online through cash back shopping? Continue reading “Cash Back Shopping”
Last month we closed on our second rental property. This one is a triplex that we purchased for $190,000. The ratios are a little lower on this one but it requires a lot less work. It is fully occupied and already generating great cash flow. Continue reading “Rental Properties: Part 2”
Sorry everyone but today I’m venting about our made up holiday called Canadian Black Friday.
D and I have been considering buying an electric toothbrush for a while now and we found a really good deal in a flyer this week. This was in Walmart’s Black Friday Sneak Peak Sale. I started looking at more flyers and it dawned on me. Everyone is having some sort of Canadian Black Friday Week Sale, Weekend Sale or Pre-Black Friday Sale. Continue reading “Canadian Black Friday: “The worst thing since The Bachelor””