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?


Money Quote Friday – Plants Shade Trees Edition.

“A man has made at least a start on discovering the meaning of human life when he plants shade trees under which he knows full well he will never sit.” –D. Elton Trueblood

We are all in this together – even those who follow us. Have a great weekend!


Ultimate Frugality: Still Driving His 1929 Car.

This 84 year old really understands how to be frugal! His main piece of advice? Change the oil every 3,000 miles…that’s how he figures he kept it running for so long. His 1929 Ford Model A is still humming along. We all need to take a lesson from this guy! In our throw away society, it’s refreshing to see someone care about something so important to him, even in the face of it starting to fall apart!


Tips For Improving Your Cash On Hand.

Most consumers find themselves in debt because they often make the mistake of using credit cards in place of cash. They fail to take the steps necessary to ensure their cash is always flowing within a reasonable budget instead of using a credit card as an extension of their income. This leads to balances they can not pay off at the end of the month and imminent debt problems. Face it ““ it seems much easier to charge it than it does to work through a monthly budget; however, the consequences of not doing so can be big.


What’s Old Can Be Brand New Again.

Originally posted at one my sister sites, Simple.Organized.Life.

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