Is there something out there better than Mint.com to unify our financial account info? There's way too much crap in there. [more inside]
We're a dual-freelance household looking for a cloud-based budgeting and bookkeeping system that doesn't suck. [more inside]
What's the best peppermint candy for using in baking recipes which call for such?
My mint plant has broken free of its constraints and has utterly taken over my planter box. It's EVERYWHERE, with runners I can't seem to fully eradicate. I'd like to reclaim the box (4' x 4') and encourage the other herbs (chives, parsley, lemon thyme, etc.) I have started there. But how? Is there a way to get a mint-free clean slate? [more inside]
I have seven days to use my herb garden harvest before prepping the plants for winter. Ideas needed! [more inside]
I recently upgraded my main use laptop, replacing an HP Pavillion G4 that had a dead battery. The HP had lost much functionality as a laptop because it couldn't run for more than 10 minutes without being plugged in. I want to use the HP as a secondary workstation for Google Docs, reading .PDFs, and browsing the web. I have two main questions about this: what's a good OS to reformat onto the system to make this happen, and is the dead battery going to get in the way of it being a serviceable low profile desktop? [more inside]
Manilla is closing, and I'm heartbroken. This app takes care of all of my accounts. Credit union, bank, investments, credit cards, amazon card (which mint can't do), auto loan, mortgage, utilities, subscriptions, everything! So I need a replacement. [more inside]
This question was posted three years ago, but none of the answers seemed to have worked out and technology moves so fast that I thought I'd check in. Is there a budgeting program that will let me do a biweekly budget? [more inside]
I know how to use Mint.com, but I wonder if I'm using it in the right way. [more inside]
Do you use mint.com? Do you manually categorize your new transactions? How do find the new transactions that need to be categorized? [more inside]
I work as a freelancer, and have done so for many years. Which means I need to track all my expenses for tax time. I'd like to spend as little time as possible on this, both week-to-week, and at the end of the year. I'm in Canada, if that affects things. [more inside]
TorontoToothpasteFilter: When my husband was vacationing in Spain, he picked up this amazing toothpaste and we fell in love with it completely. It is flavoured with fennel, myrrh, and propolis rather than the North American **All-Mint-All-The-Time** Extravaganza, and we realised that we liked this taste much much better. Sadly, our usual stores have succumbed to the minty-fresh lobby. [more inside]
I'm having trouble finding teeth whitening strips that don't have a mint flavor. Some advertise that they have a mint flavor and others just don't say. (For health reasons, I must avoid mint.) Any ideas?
A member of my family insists that using Mint.com to track my spending and all of my accounts in one place = a bad news bears security problem. Read this old thread. What's the latest on Mint's safety levels? [more inside]
I need an iOS app to track cash spending, preferably with a quick category function. [more inside]
How do I best set up Linux partitions & mount points on my old netbook with limited storage capacity? [more inside]
What is the cheapest way to have custom coins printed? [more inside]
Will mint tea significantly affect levels of free testosterone if I (male) drink it a few times a week? Is there more than a hypothetical risk of some sort of endocrine disruption?
Is coin collecting a rational approach to investing in metals? Is coin collecting the funnest way to invest in metals? [more inside]
Please give me your best mojito recipe. [more inside]
I like Mint.com and I want to use it. My wife, she disagrees. This has caused some consternation. Maybe you can help. [more inside]
I'd love to get a handle on my money the same way I'm getting a handle on my eating. I've been using Fatsecret and its corresponding Android app for several weeks now to lose weight...and it's working! I think the reasons it works for me are A) it forces me to eat consciously; I know I will be entering the calories, so instead of scarfing eight cookies, I'm counting so I can enter the right amount in Fatsecret later, B) It's simple (takes only a moment to choose a food, dropdown menu for portion, barcode scanner/can enter food anywhere with app; I don't have to think about when, what, how often to eat), C) It's almost like a game (Hey, only 74% of allotted calories today! Woo!) I want something like that for money. [more inside]
Wesabe is shutting down. Are there any options other than Mint? [more inside]
I love the idea of Mint.com, but I can't get over the idea of handing my online banking passwords to a third party. Am I overly paranoid? Am I underly paranoid? Convince me either way.
Please help me find financial management software that both (1) keeps data in sync when used on multiple devices and, (2) works offline. [more inside]
Best mint juleps in Boston? Preferably as part of a restaurant. (Consolation prize: best recipe/tips/advice on making my own?) [more inside]
Is Get 27 available in the United States...and/or online? [more inside]
How readily does Mint add new banks? [more inside]
Henderson, NV / Las Vegas Filter: What bank or credit union would work best for us? [more inside]
Can anyone help me find a place to make my own "play" gold & silver coins for a Live RPG? [more inside]
How/when did floral, citrus, pine, and mint become associated with cleanliness?
Calling all sniffers, Does anyone know the different smells that go into getting Kiehls wonderful scent for their "Ultimate Man" Body Scrub Soap? [more inside]
I like the idea of Mint.com, and have read all their statements regarding how secure it is, but more than once I have bailed at the point where they ask for your bank info. Am I being overly concerned about this?
I'd like to get more out of Mint.com, but can't figure out how to do what I'd like to do. The crux of the problem is that Mint.com mistakenly identifies some of my recurring monthly expenses as being payments to Marshall's (the store). Payments that Mint.com assumes are to Marshall's are actually to more than one payee, and the Rules feature doesn't seem to be customizable enough to handle that. [more inside]
A coin a year, but the mint isn't sweet. [more inside]
Do any of the new breed of financial websites like Wesabe, Mint, Yodlee et al. offer an iCal-subscribable calendar of your bills' due dates? Or do you have an idea for how to achieve this easily? [more inside]
What is the best online web 2.0 personal expense tracking sites? [more inside]
Last summer, I was walking through Boy's Town here in Chicago when some guys handed me a mint plant to advertise some new plant delivery service in the area, focusing on plants for cooking. I did not want to raise fresh herbs last summer, but now I do and, although the mint is thriving in my mom's garden, I have lost the business card that came with it! My websearch skills are not helping me find them; anyone know the company? [more inside]
I need ideas on how to use up the overabundance of mint in my garden. [more inside]
I desire some sort of breath-freshening device (i.e. gum or mints) that is all natural and does not contain any sweeteners. [more inside]
Which mint should I grow for Mojitos? [more inside]
When I'm chewing a piece of mint gum, and I then take a sip from a cool glass of water, why does it taste icy cold? [more inside]
Every year at Christmas, my husband's family has a cooking contest. I don't expect to win, because Grandma is generally a lock. However, I'm a good sport and generally try to make a respectable showing. This year's theme is "appetizers with mint in them," and I am looking for tasty recipes. There's a catch though... [more inside]
Who makes the best mint julep in Toronto? Hell, I'll settle for where can you get mint julep in Toronto?
A question from the young 'un I couldn't answer. There are lots of clean crisp flavours out there: why are toothpaste, floss and other dental/oral products stereotypically mint-flavoured, and not, say, clove or cinnamon? Is it simple popularity, or is there a technical reason?
So I was blessed this past week with a gift of a mint plant and a basil plant. They're both potted and on my windowsill now. Let's say I want to make something with basil. Do I just pluck the leaves off? Is there some sort of special pruning I need do?