Spring is here and boy do my allergies know it! Did you have a fun St. Patrick’s day? A lot of people dressed in green, but no one brought green bagels in the office. I’ll have to do that next year.
You might remember that I was a sponsor at Enemy of Debt’s March challenge. Congratulations to Julie who won a copy of Dave Ramsey’s The Total Money Makeover: A Proven Plan for Financial Fitness book.
Lastly, please enter the giveaway for a $25 Kroger gift card. The drawing will be held on March 27th and the odds are pretty good right now!
Now on my favorite personal finance articles this week.
@ Money Help for Christians reminds us not to fall into the trap of the 5 Lies of Efficiency and Productivity.
I usually try to pick only one article per site, but had to go with two from Money Ning this week. The first reminds us that Money Isn’t Just for Hoarding – It’s for Spending Too. Read how one week-old Sara has already taught her dad about personal finance.
Ever wonder when is the best time to buy something? @ Gather Little by Little gives us a chart of the best months to buy goods.
My birthday is coming up and when someone asks me what I want it’s hard to think of something (even though I want way too much!). @ Budgets are Sexy reminds us to Always Have a Wish List Handy.
Do you want to work from home? @Money Crashers has5 Real Ways to Make Money from Home.
Working from home might not be all it’s cracked up to be however. @ Suburban Dollar asks if You Are Sure You want to Be Your Own Boss?
When you buy any type of appliance warranties are not being offer for sale. @Len Penzo Dot Com gives us a decision tree to use that he bills as the definitive extended warranty litmus test.
The Carnival of Money Stories XLV – The Sex, Lies and Videotape Edition@ Len Penzo Dot Com (Editor’s Pick)
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