Can you tell by the title which side of the daylight savings time fence I sit?
Just bring up the topic and I’ll start ranting about why we keep antiquated policies in place when they’ve outlived their purpose. Oh, this and the electoral college. I better switch topics before you all decide I’ve flipped my lid and quietly change pages.
My article on Manners and Money: Splitting Checks was published last week @ Personal Finance Journey. Read the rest of Lakita’s series on topics such as Regifting, Tipping and Gift Registries. I appreciate the opportunity!
Do you use a slow cooker? Then try one of these 5 Essential Crock Pot Recipes from Simple Dollar. The BBQ ribs sound great!
If you wonder why you have month left at the end of the money read @ Bargaineering’s article on finding and plugging money leaks.
@ 20 Something Finance American paternity/maternity leave versus the rest of the world. We don’t stack up well in this arena even when compared to poor African nations or Afghanistan. What does that say about our values?
While on the international bent, we can learn some frugal habits from the French in this guest post @ Ultimate Money Blog.
You’ve read here how to save money on groceries wtih coupons and sales. @ Family Balance Sheet discusses 9 other ways to save including having a emergency backup meal ready to go in the freezer.
@ Saving for Serenity reminds us to just record expenses ASAP to track spending. It works when dieting as well!
Along the Journey Weekly Roundup #6: Celebrating Women’s Heritage Month @ Personal Finance Journey
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