Sunday Money Roundup – Woodsmoke & Coffee Edition.

As I was assembling this post this morning, I was sitting on my couch watching the sun rise, smelling the smoke from all the wood being burnt overnight, and enjoying a cup of organic french press coffee. It was perfect. Sometimes, even though our lives don’t allow us to experience them, it really is the simple things that provide the most happiness and contentment, no? On to the roundup…

Steadfast Finances asks Could a Digital, Peer-to-Peer Currency Replace Your National Currency?

Five Cent Nickel wants you to Avoid Overdraft Fees With a “Balance Buffer”.

The Frugal Duchess has some tips for finding cheap food at airports.

Mrs. Micah tells us what our credit card companies can and cannot do.

Get Rich Slowly has a helpful guest post from Adam Baker titled 11 Ways to Spice Up Your Emergency Fund.

Lazy Man & Money is dealing with Cease and Desist letters from MonaVie. I call bullsh*t on MV.

Money Smart Life wants you to use Licensed Contractors for Home Improvement Projects.

On Simple.Organized.Life. I talked about simplifying my computer setup at home.

Squawkfox gives us a helpful post up titled “5 Ways To Be Prepared for Costly Natural Disasters“.

Frugal For Life has a very interesting article up about stocking your pantry and if that can be considered greedy. What do you think?

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  1. Ben says:

    sounds like a relaxing morning, thanks for mentioning the post on contractors!

  2. Squawkfox says:

    Hi David! Thank you so much for mentioning my post on being prepared for natural disasters. After seeing fires blaze through hectares of forest in BC I’m very happy to have a plan just in case of disaster.