Choice Points are one of the least talked about hotel reward programs out there, but I find them to be really useful. Besides the the Hotel Bolivar in Rome and
(Throwback Thursdays are a new feature here at asthejoeflies. They are stories from my travel experiences with zero regard to miles and points. Hopefully they inspire you, eith..
This past weekend, I had the chance to travel out to Las Vegas to attend the Freddie Awards. Its my favorite event to attend each year, and I’m truly appreciative
I like Robo’s, especially Betterment as they appear much more human than the wicked Wealthfront. As an advisor myself I find that the strategies they implement offer a lot of
In March, I asked on Twitter for suggestions for podcasts about business and finance since I found the Planet Money podcast from NPR and the Slate Money podcast to be
Business Traveller reports that Singapore Airlines and Air France executives recently met to discuss a partnership.
The article cites logical benefits of a partnership means ..
Eh tu, Cardpool?
Well the gift card sites just don’t seem to like me. Yesterday I didn’t receive the usual quick electronic delivery from Cardpool, and after waiting all day I
Howdy folks! This is my first non-joke post in quite some time. There’s no single reason as to my lack of activity lately. It’s a combination of a few factors:
Yesterday blog subscriber JH wrote to ask me, “what’s your opinion on the current 100k Hilton card offer?” JH is referring to the current offer of 100,000 Hilton HHonors points
“Think on the end before you start.” – Fortune Cookie
In my presentation at FT4RL, a good portion of my talk was dedicated to hammering home the point that it is
I’m just back from my 2nd trip to the Canary Islands and I’ll cut right to the chase: Why haven’t you been yet? I could do a listicle of all
I’ve spoken about the changes to Social Security in the past, here’s a post on them. I’ve just spent the past hour on the phone with the Social Security Administration
I just returned from a few days in Las Vegas where I talked about how to go to Las Vegas and get the 5 star treatment for FREEEE!
I stayed at
There are a lot of things in reselling that you can’t prevent, like returns, waning interest in a product, and general market changes.
But there is one thing you can prevent, is
This is a review of “Where Are the Customers’ Yachts?” by Fred Schwed Jr. You can find all my previous book reviews here. If you’re interested in buying a copy,
I hadn’t realized how wide-spread the use of Inventory Lab was among our readers until more than half of the folks at the latest ResellingDO seemed to be using it. I
Noah found this great nearly 7% CD through NRL Federal Credit Union. You might even be able to fund it with a credit card.
Its awesome. Don’t get me wrong. If I
While Sears and Kmart have been pretty much gutted for any worthwhile electronics deals, periodically they put some garbage for sale and entice you by giving you gobs of Shop
Last week, we tried something different, with a separate Reselling Roundup. Well, we’re giving it a shot again, given that this week’s Tagging Miles Weekly Roundup was pretty ful..
You know one of the hardest parts of returning to work (or blogging) after a long vacation – tackling that full inbox. And I had quite a few unread emails.
The Weekly News Roundup is a collection of headlines from around the internet that caught the attention of the Tagging Miles team. Content on these blogs do not necessarily reflect
BackgroundFor a recent trip to Washington, DC, I used US Bank Flexpoints to book my partner’s ticket on the only daily nonstop flight home from Washington National Airport. Since..
We are lucky enough to travel more often most people would dream to (except for the readers of this blog, of course). Having returned from two weeks in Spain and Italy just a