Sunday Money Roundup – It’s Planting Time Edition.

Time to get my raised beds put together and some seeds in the ground! I am hoping that the wild weather we have been having lately is over, as it was 70 the other day and then it was snowy and hailing a few days later. But since it is April, I guess it’s time to take the chance on the weather if I want to have food to eat in a few months. While I plan out the beds, here are some stories that caught my eye over this past week…

Cash Money Life has some advice for some of you – When Should You Tell Your Boss You Are Pregnant?

Money Ning has some tips on How to Help Keep Your Finances Healthy During a Job Transition.

Frugal For Life talks about 13 Areas of Wasted Money. Are you wasting your money in some of these ways?

Gather Little By Little says Do or do not, there is no try. Absolutely. Unless of course you “try” mountain climbing and fall to your death. Then I am not sure if you did, did not, or only tried. Guess it doesn’t matter though. 🙂

Four Pillars talks about Ethics in Business (and Life). Great post and worth a read.

Five Cent Nickel wants to help you Streamline Your Finances.

My Dollar Plan has 12 Ways to Generate Extra Income. Everyone could probably use a little extra nowadays.

Remodeling This Life says That’s The Joy Of Living, and I could not agree more.

Frugal Dad asks the question “What Is A Good FICO Score Good For?

Wide Open Wallet says there is no big celebration. And if you always expect one, life will be one big letdown!

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  1. Gibble says:

    That would be a big “did not”, unless of course your intent was to fall to your death 😉

  2. Have fun planting, David, and thank you for the link.

  3. @frugalforlife says:

    Thanks for the link and I also enjoyed Frugal Dad and My dollar plan’s posts.

  4. Patrick says:

    Never plant before tax day. Look it up – it’s a rule.


  5. David says:

    Guess they don’t know that one out here. 🙂