Today I’m rolling out a shorter name for the site: Bucksome Boomer. My tag line has been modified as well. Click through to see the new header if you’re reading this from email or a reader.
Other upcoming changes include adding pages for specific topics. Coupons will be the first one and will include all posts related to coupons as well as specific affiliate ads for coupon sites.
In addition to working on design this week (and breaking it once) I found these articles to share with you this week. Enjoy!
Punctuality is supposed to be a good thing, right? Little House in the Valley talks about the tardy ones (and their various incarnations). Why does it seem like being on time is not the norm?
Barbara Friedberg Personal Finance writes about when not to splurge. It’s not always a bad thing.
You might not know everything about social security. Read these 5 things about social security you should understand from Peak Personal Finance.
My Two Dollars shares a story about how choices may cause a lack of money. Is this you?
I’m becoming proficient with twitter but I sure wish I read this twitter party tutorial from the Product Review Place earlier.
Financial Samurai is on a mission to refinance America now that mortgage rates are incredibly low.
What stuff do you drive around with? Check out this list of 5 essentials to keep in your car from Budgets are Sexy.
Own the Dollar shares the reasons to share your will with your grown children. I think it would eliminate a lot of drama with families.
What do you do at the beach? Money Reasons shares his list of free (or nearly free) things to do at the beach.
Rabbit Funds shares his story of buyer’s remorse after eating out. This used to be us but now we buy things that can be prepared quickly at home.
Calculated consumption versus extreme frugality is the topic in this article from Watson, Inc. I’m going with calculated consumption.
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