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Welcome to Vermillion’s More Money, Less Problems, our monthly link roundup.

We comb the internet for fun and important stories about money so that you don’t have to. Want more? Check out our other roundup posts in the series!
Easy-to-Use Technologies That Help Seniors with Daily Life

How to make a budget with a variable, irregular, unstable income. 

5 Ways To Slash Your Food Spending

Food is one of the biggest variable expenses and fastest categories to reduce spending in. How much are you spending? 

Should You Focus On Repaying Debt Or Investing?

Is there an optimal combination of paying down debt and investing? Yes! 

Has There Ever Been a Worse Time to Be a Homebuyer?

Supply is down, prices are high, and everyone is about to be evicted. Hold onto your hats.  A Wealth of Common Sense

Taking Sides

Five financial issues on which people can reasonably disagree.  Humble Dollar

10 Steps to Make Sure You Have Enough Money to Retire

There’s a lot of information out there – just follow these 10 steps and sleep soundly.  The Retirement Manifesto

The Modern Trap of Turning Hobbies Into Hustles

Every time we feel beholden to capitalize on the rare places where our skills and our joy intersect, we underline the idea that financial gain is the ultimate pursuit.  repeller

How our jobs are killing us

Collectively, our jobs contribute to our country’s weight problems, high stress levels, and sleep deprivation. These factors contribute to higher rates of everything from heart attacks to cancer and death.  The Darwinian Doctor

How I Made $100,000 Selling Used Items

I took $0.50 from my wallet, went to a yard sale and purchased a center cap for a Dodge Ram Truck. I took it home, cleaned it and put it on eBay. Within 24 hours, I sold it for $75. I took that money and re-invested it and to date, have never put any of my personal finances back into my business.  Making Sense of Cents

Financial Checklist for the Newly Married

I would approach this list with all the skepticism of a recent divorcée. Do not merge finances. Do not pass Go. Do not collect $200.  Women Who Money

Easy-to-Use Technologies That Help Seniors with Daily Life

How to make a budget with a variable, irregular, unstable income. 


5 Ways To Slash Your Food Spending

Food is one of the biggest variable expenses and fastest categories to reduce spending in. How much are you spending? 


Should You Focus On Repaying Debt Or Investing?

Is there an optimal combination of paying down debt and investing? Yes! 


Has There Ever Been a Worse Time to Be a Homebuyer?

Supply is down, prices are high, and everyone is about to be evicted. Hold onto your hats.  A Wealth of Common Sense


Taking Sides

Five financial issues on which people can reasonably disagree.  Humble Dollar


10 Steps to Make Sure You Have Enough Money to Retire

There’s a lot of information out there – just follow these 10 steps and sleep soundly.  The Retirement Manifesto


The Modern Trap of Turning Hobbies Into Hustles

Every time we feel beholden to capitalize on the rare places where our skills and our joy intersect, we underline the idea that financial gain is the ultimate pursuit.  repeller


How our jobs are killing us

Collectively, our jobs contribute to our country’s weight problems, high stress levels, and sleep deprivation. These factors contribute to higher rates of everything from heart attacks to cancer and death.  The Darwinian Doctor


How I Made $100,000 Selling Used Items

I took $0.50 from my wallet, went to a yard sale and purchased a center cap for a Dodge Ram Truck. I took it home, cleaned it and put it on eBay. Within 24 hours, I sold it for $75. I took that money and re-invested it and to date, have never put any of my personal finances back into my business.  Making Sense of Cents


Financial Checklist for the Newly Married

I would approach this list with all the skepticism of a recent divorcée. Do not merge finances. Do not pass Go. Do not collect $200.  Women Who Money