Author Archives: Micah Horvath

Five Easy Ways to Save Money

Today almost everyone is looking for an easy way to save them some money. And with the job market today rightfully so. Here are five ways I find myself saving money.

1. Budget your money – set aside what you need to use for bills, after that set aside how much your willing to save. The trick here is to use your money wisely, just because something is on sale doesn’t mean that you have or need to buy it. Which is my second tip.

2. Wise spending – wait for something until it comes on sale, if its something that can wait. Along with that don’t spend your money on anything that’s on sale, it’s not going to help you when you need gas and you bought clothes.

3. Live at your income – if you’re making just enough to pay the bills and save a tiny bit in case of emergency, don’t blow your money on trivial things.

4. Don’t eat out all the time – make the choice to eat at home rather than a restaurant, and when you do eat out, choose something less expensive.

5. Cut out what you don’t need – if you’re seeing movies every weekend, you probably don’t need to and can wait. Or maybe you’re buying a new CD every time one gets released. Either way don’t buy something you don’t really need.

And there are five easy ways anyone can use to save money.


Terry Gilliam’s Newest Film, by Micah Horvath

Terry Gilliam’s newest film, The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus, was one to remember. With a huge cast that included, Heath Ledger, Jude Law, Colin Farrel, and Johnny Depp it would’ve been a bigger feat to have ruined the screenplay than creating the masterpiece that he did. While Heath Ledger died during production of the film, Gilliam was able to adapt and tweak the script so that the rest of the cast could finish Ledger’s role seamlessly. The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus was held together by three main components, a huge cast, incredible visual and special effects, and a stunning script. Continue reading

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