I’m lazy and it’s saving me $1.4 M I L L I O N dollars.
When people say ‘Man you crazy, why do you ride your bike to work every day?‘ I respond ‘I’m lazy‘
When people ask ‘Triple B, my good man, why in god’s green earth did you cut your power bill in half? Use your electric furnace, and skip that load of firewood. And did I hear you take cold showers!‘ I respond ‘Ye, I could, but I’m lazy‘.
When people look at me with that one raised eyebrow expression, that The Rock made famous, and with quivering voice tell me they could never survive with less than 8 gigs of data ‘How do you do it?‘ they exclaim! Well, you guessed it ‘I’m Lazy‘.
I’m Lazy, but I’m not crazy. Continue reading “I’m Lazy”
Another Triple W(Walk a While in my Wallet) budget report from Triple B. Take a gander as I remove spending like wood with a sander. Class is in session, so sit down -and learn how to deal with a recession. Continue reading “Walk a While in My Wallet 2: Feb 2020 Budget Update”
Tax Season. Quite possibly one of the happiest times of the year for Buy Boss’rs. Buy Bossr’s? Buy Boss’r’s? “B’u’y B’o’s’s’r’s’?” Any high school graduates that can help me with that? 🙂 In return I’ll let you take a look at my taxes.
Back on subject, … the December to March tax season is when we really are able to leverage all the efforts we put forward throughout the year to save money, and live more efficiently.
All the hard work and extra effort we put in at work, with an eye to the future, really pays dividends. Continue reading “How I Got $25,000 Back on my Taxes”
Triple B on the set with a Triple W (Walk a While in my Wallet), a peek into our monthly budget. Within we will take a voyeuristic view into the mysteriously opulent epoch known as a Buy Boss’n Budget, wherein no cow is too sacred, no chicken is unpluckable, and no animal pun is too lowbrow. Continue reading “Walk a While in my Wallet 1: Nov-Dec 2019 Budget”
After cutting my expenses from five percent more than I was making, all the way down to forty percent of my income, there was one rather large bill. I knew I needed to lower my cell phone bill. It was staring me down, taunting me, “Are you enough of a Boss’r to deal with me?”.
One hundred and twelve dollars, every month, without fail, for eternity. Well, I finally had to show my cell phone bill who was really in charge!
This was without a doubt the hardest bill for me to cut. Harder than selling my second and third vehicles, and replacing them with a bike. Harder than making phone calls to my bank to lower my fees. I just hate having to phone help desks and the inevitable 45 minutes of hold music.
I really liked the plan I had and Koodo had been really good to me. This was a real let’s dig down, clench my teeth and pull, kick to the nards kind of determination. Continue reading “How to lower your cell phone bill by 80 percent”