Sunday Money Roundup – My Cluttered Life Edition.

Boxes, Boxes, Boxes for as far as the eye can see. Don’t you hate when you are packing to move and then you realize you need something that you already packed up…and now you cannot find it! Ugh…that’s my life right now and for the next 2 weeks until we get out of here! While I look for my stapler, check these out:

My Two Dollars took part in the Festival of Frugality #129 this week, hosted over at my friend Money Ning. My post “29 Free Or Low Cost Ways To Save Energy & Money” was included.

And here are the 10 articles that caught my eye this past week. Enjoy!

Moolanomy is still looking at his life insurance options – there is a lot to keep in mind, and Pinyo lets us in on his thought process.

Free From Broke wants you to know that you will have to pay back that stimulus check, one way or another. And I agree 100%, and it will be in the form of higher taxes – someone has to pay back the billions that it cost!

Being Frugal has some tips on having frugal fun this summer. With gas prices prohibiting a lot of travel, be sure to check out some of Lynnae’s tips so you can still have a nice summer!

The Digerati Life offers some advice on helping your kids get rich, by starting them on investing early.

Mrs. Micah gets her first credit card because she needs to build up her credit history and credit report. Wish I had waited that long, it probably would have stopped me from going into debt back then!

Money Smart Life wants to know if Direct Sales Are A Good Way to Make Extra Money or Fast Way to Lose Friends? I would definitely go with the latter…

Gather Little By Little tells us about hypermiling, and getting every last mile from each drop of gasoline. I have to implement some of these into my experiment in saving gas!

The Dough Roller has 10 different ways to create multiple income streams and make some extra money. Good stuff here for those of you looking to make a few extra bucks!

Master Your Card talks about how young is too young for credit cards, and I would have to say that I did not have one until I was 18, and I was fine with that.

That One Caveman has some tips on enjoying a summer getaway for less money. If we weren’t moving this summer (and spending any vacation money we had doing so!), we would surely be looking for advice on this!

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  1. Amphritrite says:

    I hate that, too! I’m going through the “purge before moving” thing right now, and I just KNOW that once I pack up my stuff, I’m going to be going, “Crap… where did I put that spatula? Well…erg.”

  2. FFB says:

    Thanks for the mention! Packing can be some stressful stuff. I’m a packrat so there’s always something to get rid of that I don’t want to. Then of course when I’ve decided to finally let go I need it! Murphy’s law.

  3. Thanks for the mention!