Work overtime and you quickly discover it’s a mixed bag: You earn time-and-a-half or more, but it usually means you’re putting in more time or otherwise inconveniencing yourself, which puts you at risk of burning out.
I've been talking about my new project for a long time. It's finally time that I share my project with all the awesome Thousandaire readers. Me and a partner (long time readers know him as The Hoff) have created a site called Reward Boost dedicated to helping people maximize their credit card and loyalty program rewards. The great news is
A few weeks ago I talked about how a weak economy like the one we're in now should make you re-evaluate your current job and determine if there is a different place in the company that would make you more valuable (and hence, less expendable). Taking my own advice, I decided to start looking for jobs that would move me
I recently moved into a new apartment that has a washer and dryer included in the place. I obviously didn't need my old washer and dryer and I had nowhere to store them, so it was time for me to sell the set. I thought about using Craigslist, which is where I bought the set for $85 back in 2008.
If I could pick one single thing I've done in the last four years to improve my life, it would be taking Tag out on our first date. If I could pick a second thing, it would be starting this blog. I mainly consider this blog a hobby, but it has turned into a side business as well over the
While the rest of the world was out partying and hanging out with friends last Friday night, I was building a wordpress website. Sounds pretty lame right? Well maybe it sounds less boring when I mention that I was getting paid very well to do it. Thanks to all the Wordpress and web development experience I have gotten from running