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January 07, 2014

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I understand the credit card thing but I don't trust myself to not be motivated to spend more because of the rewards. I might delve into it some time this year because I've become more disciplined over the past few years, but I'm still nervous.

Our house is small and doesn't have space to rent and we don't have a garage so those options you gave aren't for us. BUT I've thought along the same lines of renting things and I've seen some web sites like snapgood.com out there that will let you rent your car, lawn mower, power saw, garden space etc. I haven't tried them yet, but I'm intrigued.

All that being said, when I remodeled our basement, rigged it so that it can be turned into a rental unit with minimal work. Now I'm just waiting for our kids to move out. Right now one is 1yr old, so it's gonna be a while. :)

Yes, I think using rewards cards is only suitable for people who are not in debt and without any recent history of impulse spending on cards. Basically, if you've paid any CC interest in the past three years ago, I'd stay away.

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