Sunday Money Roundup – Kid Proof The House Edition.

I only have a minute – I gotta go and put everything I value above the 5 foot level! As I write this on Friday, I have friends coming into town for the weekend with two small children, which should be an adventure. So while I walk around trying to figure out whats dangerous for little kids, enjoy some articles that I found interesting over this past week!

Five Cent Nickel talks about The Fallacy of Relative Price Evaluation.

Money Ning asks the question Are You Employed at Credit Card Inc?. Well, are you?

Mrs. Micah tells us Why an Online Degree Makes Sense Today. I have been thinking of taking some classes online, so reading this is very timely for me.

Debt Free Adventure wants to help you save some money on groceries.

Cash Money Life compares Cash Savings vs. Retirement Savings.

The Frugal Duchess talks about letting your children make small financial mistakes in order to learn from them. I couldn’t agree more.

Master Your Card tells you how to dispute a credit card charge.

Lazy Man & Money talks doggy day care. I have some friends who spend an absolute fortune taking their dog every day to day care, and I have others that only take theirs when they go on vacation, choosing to instead leave him home when they go to work. What do you do?

Blueprint For Financial Prosperity has some advice for What To Do When You’re On Furlough. My thoughts? Take full advantage of the time off!

Four Pillars has an interesting post up about Daniel Suelo, a man who has “quit using money like a bad drug“.

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  1. Four Pillars says:

    Thanks for the link – I may be biased but I thought Mr. Cheap’s story on Suelo was excellent. The cartoon alone is great.

  2. Thanks for the mention 🙂

  3. Benjamin says:

    Great list of articles!

  4. Mrs. Micah says:

    I’ve been grateful that newborns don’t require childproofing. But as I get older, my friends’ children get older and I start having to figure out what we’re going to do if they bring them over. Our apartment is decidedly an adult area…piles of books, wires, electrical outlets, all kinds of stuff.

  5. Patrick says:

    Have fun with the house guests! 🙂

  6. Matt Jabs says:

    Make sure to hide the PBR… kids now-a-days love that stuff! 😉

    Thanks for the mention…