Flight to Vegas: $250. Inflatable genitalia: $34. Matchy-matchy commemorative “one penis/vagina 4 life” t-shirts: $20. Britney Spears-inspired rhinestone bodysuit: $150. Bottle service at da club: $850. Booger Sugar: $250. 64-ounce margarita in the shape of the Eiffel Tower w/ a strap that allows you to wear said Eiffel Tower margarita as a necklace: I don’t […]
Between hittin’ the books and hittin’ that hot soccer player piece of ass from the dorm (college is awesome), the start of the school year is a very busy time for the average college coed. If you’re one of ’em, I’m guessing that extracurricular reads about money responsibility are the last thing on your September to-do list. […]
In the last blog post, I gave you some amazing news: The best way to invest is actually the easiest way to invest. It’s all very “set it and forget it,” which couldn’t be better for those of us that prefer to live our sacred lives and not spend our waking hours by the light […]
Some money realities bite. Hard. The majority of people can’t make a living wage. The financial crisis of ten years past disproportionally dicked over millennials. Credit cards destroy lives. Student loans are a ridiculous burden for young people. Religiously saving money feels like eating a permanent sardine sandwich (while spending money tastes like gold-leafed gummy […]
I put my camping gear together for about $330. I won’t pretend like that’s not a significant amount of money because it is. But that money was an investment that now allows me to romp around the mountains for next to nada. Because I like to backcountry camp, I bought minimal, lightweight gear. Interestingly, gear that […]
I recently returned from my annual incursion into the wilderness, and my time outdoors was precisely what I needed: challenging, stunning, interesting. Perhaps not what some would think of as the ideal vacation, but perfect for me. In the last few years, I’ve become quite clever at merging work and travel and finding ways to […]
Originally published on SoFi.com. A wealthy real estate mogul recently told millennials to stop buying avocado toast if they ever want to buy a house, and the internet went berserk. The advice was poorly received because many felt that it was out of touch with the current financial environment. For one, the millennial generation has only ever […]
Millennials get a bad rap for doing stupid sh*t and being annoying. We fall off the side of the Grand Canyon while selfie-ing, twerk on Facebook live, and in general, “can’t even.” When we’re not worshiping the Illuminati, meme lords, and the patron saints of avocado toast, we keep very busy not knowing who Paul […]
I feel like I always knew I’d make it into the British tabloids, I just didn’t think it would be for eating trash. On the fourth of July, my sister—a recent London transplant!—sent me a link to an article on my Dumpster Dog story in the Daily Mail, which is the United Kingdom’s second-largest newspaper […]
In celebration of the Dumpster Dog Blog turning six months old, I’m doing a giveaway! I’m giving away this vintage Lee jacket that I hand-painted! That’s right, this masterpiece could be all yours. To sweeten the deal, the winner of this contest can choose between this jacket and a piece of painted denim of their […]
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