Launch of The Best craigslist Guide in the Entire World!

The Best craigslist Guide in the Entire WorldToday is the day!  I’m launching my new guide – The Best craigslist Guide in the Entire World.  You can find it on its very own product page.

If you’ve ever wanted to buy or sell on craigslist, but you’ve been too overwhelmed by the start-up procedures, worry no more!  I’ve got you covered.  In this guide, I cover everything you’ll need to know to become a craigslist pro in no time.  What will you do with all the extra money you make?

Special Launch Price

This guide will be selling normally for $17, but you can get it today through Friday (7/8) for only $9.99!  This low price won’t last, so pick it up now if you want the special pricing!  There are multiple craigslist guides going for $30 and more, but not this one!  And guess what the catch is?

This is the best guide in the entire world.

So not only is this guide cheaper, it’s better than any other guide money can buy you.

Head over to the product page for more info on The Best craigslist Guide in the Entire World.  Thanks for stopping by!

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Why I Don’t Have Cable TV

We live in a time where the need for subscription cable TV service is far gone.  I haven’t had cable TV service for over a year, and I don’t plan to ever get it in the future.  I’m not a crazy person who’s sacrificing all entertainment for the sake of a cause – I’m just a frugal guy that knows how to enjoy things for less money, with less time wasted.

One of the main arguments I hear for keeping cable TV service is, “I need the DVR so I can watch my favorite shows.”  My wife reminded me of a great quote from Frank in You’ve Got Mail, yesterday.

“Technologically speaking, the world’s out of hand. Take the VCR. The whole idea of a VCR is that it makes it possible for you to tape what’s on television while you’re out of the house. But the whole point of being out of the house is so you can miss what’s on television.”

Isn’t that really what the DVR boils down to?  It really seems like a ridiculous cycle.  The thing is, keeping your cable service for the taping of your favorite TV shows is not cost-effective.  Let’s go through this.

Save Your Money

Let’s say you have four favorite TV shows that you consistently record with your DVR.  Each show airs once a week, therefore each show airs four times a month.  If you have a DVR, you’re likely paying for digital cable (plus renting the box), and I’m guessing the price is around $60-100 per month.  We’ll round that to $75 per month.

Now what if your favorite shows are House, Lost, Ugly Betty, and Lie To Me?  Here are their most recently DVD released seasons’ respective prices:

Add it all up, and what do you get?  $120.65.  And those are the brand new DVD versions.  You don’t even have to buy them brand new; you could buy them used, and they’d likely be just as good.

TV seasons usually last about eight months.  So if you were to pay for the use of your DVR for that whole eight months at $75 per month, you’d be paying out a total of $600; whereas, if you had gone the DVD route, you’d only be paying $120.65.  What will you do with your extra $479.35?  Perhaps open a mutual fund, and REALLY get earning?

Next time, I’ll explain in detail how I live without cable TV service, talking about the applications and services I use to make a cheap alternative into a Rich Life substitute.

Where Are You Going?

Utah Wasatch at NightOften times, I get caught up in the moment, worrying about how I will achieve my daily goals.  But the point of achieving my goals is not simply achieving my goals.  It’s more than that.

I don’t know where I’ll be or what I’ll be doing in twenty years, but I do know what I’d like to be doing in one year.  One and a half years?  Yeah, I can probably see that far.  The point is that there is a healthy way to motivate yourself, and that is to go through each day with an end goal in mind.

You might not see that light at the end of the tunnel, but if you know where it is, it’ll be a lot easier to get there.