Continuing in a series of posts gathering financial wisdom from unusual sources—ranging from Dungeons & Dragons and Charlie Sheen to geese flying patterns and Star Wars—here are some more financial lessons found in unlikely places.
Also: tips for cutting back on what you pay for everything from groceries to toys to your first home.
The conventional wisdom holds that the solution’s to ones problems must involve doing something. But have we overlooked the opposite, easier and cheaper option? Here’s making the case for doing nothing in five spheres of modern-day consumer life.
A small but growing number of runners are going au naturel from the shin down. Running barefoot, they say, feels better and is better for you, your feet, your joints, everything. It’s also a fairly obvious way to cut back on the cost of footwear.
Here are ten things to do this summer that are free or cheap, and that are at least more productive than loafing on the couch. You’ve got the time, right?