It’s been a while since I shared a link collection. Weekends have been busy, and my time outdoors have driven down my time spent reading other blogs. I still accumulate great posts to share, but they don’t come at a pace conducive to a weekly roundup.
Going forward, I plan to simply share links when I have a quality collection, but probably not the same time every week (and probably a smaller amount of links in each post – easier to digest). Perhaps this will work better for both of us.
These 7 Foods are a MASSIVE Waste of Your Money. Makes you stop and think before paying a premium for certain “organic” foods. Put those savings into more “high-value” foods listed in this piece.
You Can Afford It…but Should You? Even if you can afford something, you have to consider what you’re giving up by spending the money. There is always a trade off.
7 Things You Don’t Want to Skimp On. Remember the difference between cheap and being frugal. Cheap people will skimp on anything. Frugal people refuse to skimp on the few things they consider most important.
Emergency Preparedness on a Shoestring. It makes sense to adequately prepare, but supplies sure are expensive. Consider these tips to put together a stockpile without breaking the bank.
10 Hard Truths About Blogging. While I’m not blogging for a living, I am blogging to support a living. And these “hard truths” are worth considering before taking up blogging (or any entrepreneurial endeavor, for that matter).
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