March 19, 2018.Reading time 20 minutes.
Raise your hand if you agree with this statement: “The best parts of the Tulsa State Fair are cheese-on-a-stick and RV displays.” I loved going through RVs as a kid. And the storage sheds. I had the same thought every time I walked into a new one: “I could live here!” Having lived in […]
March 12, 2018.Reading time 7 minutes.
Contrary to popular belief, a budget is not a punishment. People think adhering to a budget is scary, a hassle, inconvenient, or that they’ll have to “live like they’re poor”, but in reality a budget is simply a tool that allows you to tell your money where to go. You get to tell your money where to […]
December 14, 2017.Reading time 4 minutes.
There are a few things I’ve tried and recommended lately to get and keep a few more Warcken dollars in our Warcken wallets. 1. missingmoney.com. In October I suggested everyone check out missingmoney.com to see if any states you’ve ever lived in owe you cash money. Of course I did this myself, and found […]
July 23, 2015.Reading time 20 minutes.
A very wise man and favorite mentor, my old boss Phil, once asked me what I considered to be the definition of rich. “I don’t know, a million dollars?” my ignorant 18 yr old self said. He replied, “To be rich is to have enough money for everything you need with a little bit left […]
June 3, 2015.Reading time 4 minutes.
I’d like to introduce you to the third member of the Warcken family- our 2002 Ford Windstar. Her previous owners named her Wendy and we didn’t want to try and teach an old dog new tricks, but mostly we refer to her as THE VAN. We bought her from Greg’s buddy who, along with his […]