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Name:
Suburban Toolbox
Category:
General Finance
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minimalism, frugality, time management, personal growth, DIY, Frugal, budgeting, savings, discount, cheap
Start Year:
2016

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Net worth:
$200,000.00
Location:
Arizona, United States
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30s
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Male
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I was actually going to trade up to a new fridge but since it has been super reliable and there’s really not anything wrong with it other than being unforgivably ugly, I figured why not give it some new life and some creative spark using some chalkboard paint. I gotta say I am happy with […]The post How to give your old fridge new life with chalkboard paint appeared first ...
Posted: Nov 28 2017 @ 1:16 AM
Ok, I may have been misleading you there with the title just now. The truth is that no one truly lives a life with no regrets, even if that regret is something as simple as not being able to accomplish everything they set out to. In the realistic sense of living without, or more accurately, […]The post The only real way to live your life “without” regrets appeared first on ...
Posted: Nov 17 2017 @ 10:38 PM
   Gas chainsaws are like a creeping gateway drug that slowly takes hold of your utilitarian brain. It starts off innocently enough, cutting up some yard waste here and there, or clearing out debris. But before you know it, you’re hooked; pestering friends for leads on abandoned hardwood trees that you can burn, carve, or […]The post 10 things you should know about owning a gas chainsaw. appeared first on ...
Posted: Oct 23 2017 @ 11:23 PM
   A gas chainsaw is like a creeping gateway drug that slowly takes hold of your utilitarian brain. It starts off innocently enough, cutting up some yard waste here and there, or clearing out debris. But before you know it, you’re hooked; pestering friends for leads on abandoned hardwood trees that you can burn, carve, […] The post 10 Things You Should Know About Owning a Gas Chainsaw. appeared first on ...
Posted: Oct 23 2017 @ 3:23 PM
   A gas chainsaw is like a creeping gateway drug that slowly takes hold of your utilitarian brain. It starts off innocently enough, cutting up some yard waste here and there, or clearing out debris. But before you know it, you’re hooked; pestering friends for leads on abandoned hardwood trees that you can burn, carve, […] The post 10 Things You Should Know About Owning a Gas Chainsaw. appeared first on ...
Posted: Oct 23 2017 @ 3:23 PM
The 4 repercussions of living vicariously I was out with my brother and his 6 year old son one evening when we walked past a small arcade in one of those music, pizza, entertainment type of restaurants. His son had a surprisingly more subdued reaction than I would have expected from a 6 year old as he […]The post 4 repercussions of living vicariously that rob your life’s potential appeared first on ...
Posted: Aug 11 2017 @ 5:24 AM
I was out with my brother and his six-year-old son one evening when we walked past a small arcade in one of those music, pizza, entertainment type of restaurants. My nephew had a surprisingly more subdued reaction than I would have expected from a child that age, as he climbed on the various video game chairs […] The post Living Vicariously – 4 Repercussions that are Robbing Your Life’s Potential appeared first ...
Posted: Aug 10 2017 @ 9:24 PM
      In your every growing circle of abilities and competencies, at some point you will inevitably have to build some basic mechanical skills for working on machinery of all sorts while saving large sums of money, be it lawnmowers, plumbing, chainsaws, the dishwasher, or cars-You’re often the cheapest mechanic you’ll be able to find anywhere. Here […]The post 10 cool tricks for the casual mechanic that will get you out of ...
Posted: Jul 09 2017 @ 8:21 AM
      In your ever-growing circle of abilities and competencies, you will inevitably have to build some basic mechanic skills. Learning these will allow you to work on machinery of all sorts. It will also save you large sums of money over buying new- or hiring someone else to fix your lawnmowers, plumbing, chainsaws, appliances and vehicles. […] The post 10 Cool Tricks for the Casual Mechanic that Will Get You Out of ...
Posted: Jul 09 2017 @ 12:21 AM

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