Bonnie Gringer
Bonnie is the Online Marketing Manager and Content Developer at TMX Finance. She loves boating, writing, inventing, designing and most of all her family, friends and the amazing people she gets to work with each day. Her focus has been developing and optimizing content for B2B and B2C industries such as Finance, Real Estate, Mortgage, Auto, and Home and Family.

Posts By: Bonnie Gringer

Home-Buying Myths vs Facts In a post-2009 world, many people are understandably wary of home-ownership and think that the expectation to gain real estate in one’s 20s or 30s is a thing of the past. While it’s true that buying your first home is something to be taken seriously, there are many things that the . . .

Imagine taking a ride on a vehicle from your favorite video game? Whether its a sci-fi time traveling spacecraft, or a sports car so fast it it makes you wonder when this will be available in real-life, these video game vehicles can be the most exhilarating part of playing video games. Here are some out-of-this-world video game vehicles that you . . .

Crochet in the Car Written By: Bonnie Gringer Crocheting involves using a single needle and yarn or thread of varying weights. The word “crochet” comes from a French word that means “hook.” This pastime originated in France, dating back to the 16th century. With a ball of yarn and a crochet hook, crocheters can work . . .

Unforgettable Road Trips in America Written By: Bonnie Gringer With its varied landscapes and geographic landforms, America offers many different vacation options for people who wish to explore the country. Each state has its own list of scenic landmarks that attract visitors. Taking a road trip is one way to get an up-close glimpse of . . .

Video Game Vehicles You Want to Drive What’s better than taking a ride on an amazing vehicle in your favorite video game? Whether it’s a 16-bit drill tank, a death machine repurposed from an ice-cream truck, a time-traveling spaceship, or a sports car so realistic it seems like it should have a counterpart in real . . .

The History of Children’s Car Seats Buckling a child into a car seat may be one of those things that parents don’t think much about, thanks to advances in car seat design and safety. But there was a time when occupants of cars were not restrained at all. Since the invention of cars, safety and . . .

Public Road Length by State Every day, millions of Americans, including yourself, drive or commute to work on public roads. When you go to the grocery store, drive to the movies, go on vacation, etc., you are constantly using public roads. But did you ever think how long those roads would be if you lined . . .

The Essential Guide to Car Emergency Kits Written By: Bonnie Gringer Flat tires, car accidents, dead batteries, and extreme weather conditions are all potential causes of an automotive emergency. During an emergency, drivers are typically unable to operate their vehicles, which can leave them stuck on the side of the road. These situations are often . . .

Account Balances of the World When you think of an account balance, you might immediately think of your own personal bank account. On a national and international level, the concept of an account balance is quite the same. This infographic, based on data from the CIA World Factbook, presents an alarming heatmap of 195 nations. . . .

Shop Smart: 10 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Making a Purchase A survey conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates International determined that 75 percent of 1000 participants have made an impulse purchase. Of these impulse buyers, 16 percent said that they spent $500 or more and 10 percent spent $1,000 or more. These purchases were . . .