Frugal Friday: Posts That Ruled This Week, I Ate Too Much Turkey Edition

Lies We Believe

If you’re reading this then I am assuming you’re at home enjoying a day off and not fighting the crowds for a Black Friday deal. I am sitting here at home working off a food coma and enjoying some football and extra time with the family. This has been a short, but crazy week. Our youngest has entered the always fun time of teething. For those who do not have children yet, a teething baby does not enjoy life, especially in the wee hours of the morning. I always feel so bad for them as they have no clue what’s going on and they’re in a good bit of pain. Each of our children have reacted in their own ways, but our youngest is the most expressive. My wife (who is a Lord of the Rings fan) says he sounds like a ring wraith when he screams with all his heart. So, as you can imagine, the past few nights have resulted in little sleep as our little guy wakes up the house. Thankfully he won’t go through this forever and will have no memory of cutting his teeth.

Although this has been a short week, there’s been no loss for great blog posts in the blogosphere. Below were some of my favorite, again, in no particular order. If you’re looking to get away from the commercial hysteria of the Black Friday holiday, then I encourage you to check out some of these blog posts.


5 Tips for Creating the Perfect Home Office Environment on One Smart Dollar

An Exciting Passive Income on The Savvy Scot

Do You Even Bother Creating New Year’s Resolutions? on Tackling Our Debt

Humility: The Quiet Trait That Everyone Will Notice on Fearless Men

6 Ways to Cut Back on Living Expenses on Debt RoundUp

Why I Use a Car Share on The Outlier Model

Guest Posts

Kim from Eyes on the Dollar and I did a blog swap. Make sure to check out my post on her site, How Do You Prepare a Budget With an Irregular Income?

Odd Search Terms

My husband has $300k saving but so stingy…I prefer to call it frugal

Is Black Friday a scheme…Depends on who you ask

Budgeting takes too much time…So does crawling out of debt

What if people start fighting over things in Black Friday…Then fight back (I kid, I kid)

Saving money by not eating…Try THAT on Thanksgiving

I hate to spend money on stupid things, but I guess you have to spend money to make money…I hate stupid things period

How to become wealthy at 64…I don’t know, but I want to do it sooner

Easy ways to automate your house…I don’t know, but let me know when it cleans itself and pays its own utility bills

San Diego wealthy men…sounds like an upscale Gigolo ring

Carnivals and Mentions

It was another great week for Frugal Rules in the blogosphere. I am always humbled to compile this list and see all the mentions I’ve received. Thanks to everyone who shared or mentioned my blog posts this week. If I missed you, please shoot me a message and I’ll take care of it next week.

Nerdy Finance Carnival #15 on Nerd Wallet

Carnival of Financial Planning- Thanksgiving Prep Edition on Money Smart Guides

Tax Carnival Ecstasy on 2009 Tax

The Wealth Builder Carnival #100 on My Wealth Builder

Festival of Frugality #362 on My Personal Finance Journey

Carnival of Retirement on Family Money Values

Lifestyle Carnival on Club Thrifty

Y & T’s Weekend Ramblings on Young and Thrifty

Can’t Take My Eyes Off These Blogs #14–Happy Thanksgiving on Eyes On The Dollar

Link Love/Week in Review 11/17/12 on Budget And The Beach

Mid November 2012 Favorite Blog Posts on Modest Money

Quick Hits and Weekend Reading – Thanksgiving Edition! on Young Adult Money

Mr. CBB’s Weekly Blog Post Picks Nov 16, 2012 on Canadian Budget Binder

Weekly Personal Finance Blog RoundUp 11/16/12 on Debt Roundup

Fearless Men’s Weekly Round-Up November 15, 2012 on Fearless Men

Friday Recap, A Boat Ride and a Giveaway! on Reach Financial Independence

Friday Finance Links November 16, 2012 on The Chicago Financial Planner


Photo Courtesy of: David Sawford

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