Category Archives: Fun Stuff

Managing accounts and finance with smartphone apps

Managing finance can be made much easier thanks to the large selection of applications that are on offer for smartphone users. There are apps for almost anything, including budget management, bill paying, account tracking and banking. It is very important for some people to have access to these details whilst on the move to ensure […]

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How Much is Your Body Worth?

Selling your organs and other body parts is illegal but it does beg the question; how much could you get for your various bits if it wasn’t? Inspired by this post written by Brian, I decided to try and find out. I’ve only included the parts which could be donated by the living, as you […]

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Selling a kid or a kidney – Which is the better business model?

A few years back a friend who had just recently been married was wrestling with the to have or not to have kids question. Knowing that I had collected several of these critters myself, she asked my thoughts on the risks and rewards that come along with being a parent. Our discussion was almost exclusively in terms […]

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How Much it Costs to Become an Adult Hockey Player

Sunday was one of the most inspiring days I have had in awhile. All my life I have been a hockey fan. Depending upon where I have lived, I have either been embraced or mocked over the years. But, the other day the entire continent watched and held their collective breaths during the USA vs. […]

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Music and Life

Jumping off of the idea that was discussed yesterday about the new website Untemplater.com, I wanted to further share with you what I believe to be their guiding principles.   The video below talks about the life that most of us lead. Music metaphor not withstanding, it seems we rarely dance our way through life.  I […]

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A Personal Finance Comic? Yup, You Read that Right.

My Next Buck is on a comic book roll these days.  Fred Schebesta at Credit Card Finder‘s blog has started an amazing new series and I am incredibly flattered to be featured alongside my friend Baker of Man vs. Debt. Click on the comic below to be taken to the first issue of each of […]

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Friday Fina— Syke. Foul Ups Return Next Week – Have a Great Weekend

I hope everyone had a happy thanksgiving and is enjoying their black friday.  After 10 straight fridays of 10 fun financial foul ups, My Next Buck will take a week off form the series and will be returning next week. For other reading, i am going to have to refer you to my fun and […]

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My Next Buck’s $100 Lottery Project Results

If you are here, you likely have heard about J. Money’s fun-filled weekend of scratching off 100 – $1 lottery tickets.  I, like you, can’t wait to see how he does (and by now you probably already know, but I am writing this prior to his success or failure, so bear with me).  I wish […]

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Category Archives: Fun Stuff

Managing accounts and finance with smartphone apps

Managing finance can be made much easier thanks to the large selection of applications that are on offer for smartphone users. There are apps for almost anything, including budget management, bill paying, account tracking and banking. It is very important for some people to have access to these details whilst on the move to ensure […]

Read the full article »

How Much is Your Body Worth?

Selling your organs and other body parts is illegal but it does beg the question; how much could you get for your various bits if it wasn’t? Inspired by this post written by Brian, I decided to try and find out. I’ve only included the parts which could be donated by the living, as you […]

Read the full article »

Selling a kid or a kidney – Which is the better business model?

A few years back a friend who had just recently been married was wrestling with the to have or not to have kids question. Knowing that I had collected several of these critters myself, she asked my thoughts on the risks and rewards that come along with being a parent. Our discussion was almost exclusively in terms […]

Read the full article »

How Much it Costs to Become an Adult Hockey Player

Sunday was one of the most inspiring days I have had in awhile. All my life I have been a hockey fan. Depending upon where I have lived, I have either been embraced or mocked over the years. But, the other day the entire continent watched and held their collective breaths during the USA vs. […]

Read the full article »

Music and Life

Jumping off of the idea that was discussed yesterday about the new website Untemplater.com, I wanted to further share with you what I believe to be their guiding principles.   The video below talks about the life that most of us lead. Music metaphor not withstanding, it seems we rarely dance our way through life.  I […]

Read the full article »

A Personal Finance Comic? Yup, You Read that Right.

My Next Buck is on a comic book roll these days.  Fred Schebesta at Credit Card Finder‘s blog has started an amazing new series and I am incredibly flattered to be featured alongside my friend Baker of Man vs. Debt. Click on the comic below to be taken to the first issue of each of […]

Read the full article »

Friday Fina— Syke. Foul Ups Return Next Week – Have a Great Weekend

I hope everyone had a happy thanksgiving and is enjoying their black friday.  After 10 straight fridays of 10 fun financial foul ups, My Next Buck will take a week off form the series and will be returning next week. For other reading, i am going to have to refer you to my fun and […]

Read the full article »

My Next Buck’s $100 Lottery Project Results

If you are here, you likely have heard about J. Money’s fun-filled weekend of scratching off 100 – $1 lottery tickets.  I, like you, can’t wait to see how he does (and by now you probably already know, but I am writing this prior to his success or failure, so bear with me).  I wish […]

Read the full article »