Put that burger down! Wait... Is that a veggie burger? Good. This article is just for you. That is, assuming you've ever wondered how a vegetarian family can possibly survive (and prosper) in a world of amazing barbecue. Some fun facts (Special thanks to FoodRevolution.org): There’s been a … [Read more...] about How This Vegetarian Family Saves Thousands
Minimalism and Sustainable Living
In late June, I traveled to Switzerland for a good friend’s 50th birthday party. Money-wise, things looked good from the get-go: I had a free place to shack up as well as free airline tickets from all the credit card hacking I had done over the past few years. So far, so good. A cheap trip to one … [Read more...] about What to Do When Your Inner Spendthrift Emerges
Summertime is magical. Snow seems like a dream it's so far gone. It's all about the sunshine, heat, and not having to grab a jacket on the way out the door. You go off on picnics, join a softball league, and find pristine lakes to frolic in on weekends. And after a friend invites you out on his or … [Read more...] about Why You Don’t Need a Boat, Cap’n!
Hey fans! While the Cubert family is off on a week-long hiatus, I've invited some wonderful blogging friends to share some entertaining and informative stories. Mrs. Adventure Rich resides on the Lake Michigan side of the mitten-state. I'm from Michigan, and reading her posts brings back good … [Read more...] about Semi-Carless: Fun and Useful Ways to Reduce Our Reliance on Automobiles
Cycling vs. Golf. Which activity is better for the body, soul, and wallet? Having just completed a 62 mile cycling event yesterday, I'm ready to write. And otherwise not move. Let's explore the merits of a couple of popular outdoor activities, now that it's finally summertime. I'd argue that … [Read more...] about Cycling vs. Golf