Just how important is an E-bike? Few things have the ability to change your past, present, and future. An E-bike is one of them. Read on and I’ll do all the math for you, in this RadRover Review.Continue reading “Can an E-Bike save you $100,000? RadRover review.”
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”
To be a Bye Boss’r means to be a Renaissance Man. The wider the breadth of our knowledge and abilities the lower our expenses will be. Thus the articles will run the gambit of DIY, cooking, entertaining, and car repair, to investing and retirement planning. And of course, cooking chicken wings!
For running a homestead farm for three years is more valuable than milking a cow every day, for five years. One day of experience repeated for five years is not the goal.
Several years ago I started trying to replicate my favorite dishes and the fruits of my labours will be expounded in this series of articles. Ok, deep thoughts aside -let’s get to the <chicken> meat of this article, and see if we can make a great wing night at home, far superior in taste, experience and cost compared to going to the local pub .Continue reading “Bake Like a Boss: How To Make the World’s Best Chicken Wings”
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”