Frugal Friday: Blog Posts That Ruled This Week, How is it March Edition
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Welcome to another Frugal Friday! Last week I wrote about the snow “event” they were calling for. This week, I am thankful to report that most of the snow missed us. We did get 8 inches of snow last Friday morning, but not the 18 they were calling for. They had also been calling for another major snow “event” earlier this week and that thankfully stayed further south of us and we got nothing but flurries. After seeing the pictures of what they received in parts of Oklahoma and Texas, I am glad we did not get any of it as some areas got upwards of two feet. On the blogging front I was excited to get my hosting over to Andrea at Nuts and Bolts and am already seeing considerable differences between her and my previous host. This just makes me more excited to see what she comes up with in terms of the blog redesign that’ll happen later in the year.
It’s hard to believe that it is March already. It seems like yesterday that it was just the start of 2013, and now we’re staring down the start of spring. That means the beginning of our gardening is just around the corner which is always fun and the kids love it too. It’s a great way to teach them where our food comes from, so they don’t become deluded thinking apples grow in boxes on shelves at WalMart.
It has been another great week in the blogosphere and there have been some great blog posts this week. Listed below are some of my favorite, in no particular order. If you have the time this weekend then I encourage you to check out some of the blog posts and the blogs as a whole.
The Death of the 9-5 Work Week on Young Adult Money
Thinking Like the Rich on Freedom Thirty Five Blog
Is Poverty in the United States an Excuse to do Poorly in School? on Eyes On The Dollar
Compare the Best Credit Card Offers on Modest Money
What to do if You’re a Victim of Identity Theft on Money Life and More
About Money, Time and Doing the Right Thing on Reach Financial Independence
Challenging Budget Exercise for a High School Class on I Heart Budgets
5 Great Stock Buying Tips to Practice Today on The Free Financial Advisor
Maximize Your Taxes With a Health Savings Plan on One Smart Dollar
Longing for the Simple Times on Beach and the Budget
Financial Lessons Learned From My 80 year old Grandma on Student Debt Survivor
Difference Between Comprehensive and Collision Insurance on Work Save Live
Soft or Hard Water – Is Your Water Softener Costing You Money? on Canadian Budget Binder
Five Dumb Ways to Spend Your Tax Refund on First Million is the Hardest
Children and Money: Don’t Turn it Into a Taboo Topic, Part II on The Heavy Purse
Catastrophic Events That Will Keep You Up at Night on Club Thrifty
Where Did All My Money Go? on Mo Money Mo Houses
5 Moves to Make This Year to Secure Your Retirement on Brick By Brick Investing
A Psychic Gift on Unique Gifter
Odd Search Terms
Can you save for retirement without investing…Sure, if bank robbing is something you aspire to!
I’m just staring…That’s just a bit creepy!
Self-employed with nothing to do…Get ready to dine on some government cheese!
Taxes done at WalMart 2013…You could not pay me enough!
The risk of taking educational loan to student to face unbearable debt after completing their study…Now, that’s a mouthful!
I guess it’s mutual…Yes, it is!
Does anyone have any fun plans for the weekend? What’s your favorite part of spring?
Photo courtesy of: Pikaridayo
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