This is a big weekend in our household. Americans are celebrating 234 years of independence today with parades, fireworks and picnics.
But first we celebrated my grandson turning one year old yesterday. He made it extra special by walking for the first time.
Happy Birthday to both.
Wealth Pilgrim examines whether a 30 versus 15 year mortageis better for first time homebuyers. I say it depends on where you live. In California, very few would be able to swing a 15 year mortgage for their first home.
More than one person told me about the article that inspired Dr. Dean to jump into the new versus used debate. I disagree with him on used homes. There are many advantages to not buying new.
Personal Dividends offers home remedies for sunburn. There’s even the one we used growing up in the list.
I could have used this trip from Family Balance Sheet on how to not dry out grilled chicken like the sahara a long time ago. It’s never too late to learn!
Money Reasons reminds me of Mr. Boomer with his frugal tips to make broken things work. Well, except he’s not advocating rubber bands and duct tape.
Do you think our economic problems the past couple of years has changed people? Watson Inc. offers another reason for why debt is really decreasing.
Bargaineering shares the secret to wealth which is avoiding ordinary income. Find out what you should seek.
We’re not ready to give up cable, but the Wealth Artisan offers options for television for less.
I was ready to argue when I read the title of Miss Thrify’s post on not throwing away chipped mugs or cups. It’s about creating a new use for that cup.
Discover Debt Freedom shares 7 steps to correcting a credit report. I hope you don’t need it but good information in case.
Carnival of Money Stories: Spending Wisely Edition @ Sweating the Big Stuff
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