For most of this coming week, my wife and I will be up north staying in a yurt. Don’t know what a yurt is? That’s one on the left there – it’s like a tent but with real furniture inside. We are staying up near Big Sur during whale-watching season, so we are really looking forward to unwinding with no phones, internet or television – it’s entirely off-grid…and just what I need. I have guest posts scheduled all week, so be sure to check those out and visit the contributing site. If you email me or try to get in touch and I do not respond, now you know why and it’s not because I am ignoring anyone. While I contemplate what I need to bring with me, here are some articles that caught my eye this past week!
Articles From The M-Network:
- Being Frugal has some Frugal Spring Break Activities. Since my wife is a teacher, we are taking our activity this week!
- Cash Money Life lets you in on a secret – “How I Earned $4,100 Without Working – The Beauty of Passive Income“
- Gather Little By Little is working on Finding a budget that works – go see if what you are using will work for him!
- I’ve Paid For This Twice Already”¦ talks about Debt As The American Way. Oh, isn’t it. It’s kinda gross, really…Good stuff here.
- Moolanomy says A Dollar Saved Is Better Than A Dollar Earned.
- Mrs. Micah has a fantastic article up titled “A Surprisingly Large Number of Things can be Lived Through“. So true, Mrs. Micah, and I think we forget that sometimes.
- Plonkee Money asks if should Paul McCartney have had a pre-nup? No one should be worth over a billion dollars, get married a year after your wife dies, and not have something in place to protect yourself!
- Single Guy Money tells us how to avoid bank fees.
- The Dough Roller started up some controversy with his post “How to outsource parenting: a guide to letting somebody else raise your child“. I was about to leave a comment asking why people have children if they don’t want to raise them, but the article was about something I know nothing about. Go take a look…
Articles From My RSS Reader:
- No Credit Needed has 5 Ways To Teach Young Children About Money, Counting, And Making Change.
- Get Rich Slowly references one of my favorite magazines and discusses an article within titled “How to Live on Less and Love It“.
- Credit Withdrawal tells us Why NOW is the Best Time to Get Out of Debt.
- Lazy Man & Money lets us in on The Two Largest Reasons Why You Feel Poor.
- Money Ning wants you to learn to Reduce the Chances of Money Conflicts With Our Families.
- Remodeling This Life shares some things to make sure are part of your life for finding some semblance of happiness and sanity. A great list!
See you guys next week, and thanks to everyone who provided a guest post for while I am away!