What happened to summer camps where the kids go off for a couple weeks and come back sunburned and more appreciative of home? These days, “camps” involve daily four-hour activities that requires parents chauffeur kids all over town, dropping them off and returning to work or home just in time to leave again to pick them up.
I digress, let’s move on to the roundup.
The Frugal Roundup
Drive-in Theaters – A Money-Saving Movie Experience. Two opening weekend movies for $6.75 a person? Now that’s what I call a deal! (@Lazy Man and Money)
The Southern Plate. A friend recently recommended this website as a resource for recipes, and I have really enjoyed looking through their index. I particularly like the pics of ingredients and food prep as it helps show me what I’m doing wrong.
Three Passive Barriers I Use to Counter Consumerism. In this video post, Baker shares three tips on how he and his wife fend off consumerism. (@Get Rich Slowly)
Best of the Rest
- How About a “Staycation”?
- Networking Is Not About Quid-Pro-Quo
- How to Avoid Drowning in Debt
- How Living Like a College Student Can Get You Through Tough Times
- How To Escape an Upside Down Car Loan
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