Travel is a drug, there’s no doubt about it. Once you test it out, whether it be from a close friend, a trusted parent, or just peer pressure from a bank that convinced you to travel with their
To the banks, we’re all money signs. Nothing more nothing less. In Westeros, we’d be the Iron Throne of the realm with each bank being a contender for that throne. The only difference
Update: Somehow I lost my March 2015 Income and Traffic Report in the process. If anyone has any ideas on getting it back, let me know. Found it thanks to Darrell W.
As many of you probably noticed, my
Chase’s Sapphire Preferred is arguably the most blogged about credit card out there. Why is that, you ask? It can’t be because of the rewards categories – they’re pretty lackluster.
Now, this is a story all about how my life strategy got flipped-turned upside down… all thanks to my relentless need to check things twice, thrice, fourice – I don’t think that’s