Weekend Reading: Go Niners Addition
Having grown up just south of San Francisco I am a huge 49ers fan. So I am quite excited about the playoff game tomorrow against the Green Bay Packers especially now that my 11-year old son has become a fan and we can watch together. Also, makes it a lot easier to justify the 3-4 hours of couch riding to my wife. Guys, know what I mean?
Here are some posts I enjoyed this week.
- Jeremy @ Modest Money
The post Not Paying For Someone Else’s Mistakes got me thinking about luck versus attention to detail. Both of which I typically never have…
- Paul @ The Frugal Toad
His post How to Save Money by Buying a Used Car made some solid points. For me, whether or not the timing belt has been replaced in accordance with the cars maintenance schedule is a good test as to whether or not the car has been well maintained.
- Ray @ Squirrelers
I love posts like this: Drink Tap Water to Save Money. How much could you save by only drinking tap water?
- Jason @ WorkSaveLive
A recipe for Green Chile Enchiladas? Yes, please! I’m all over this one.
- Holly @ Club Thrifty
Holly’s date night didn’t end well. Unless you’re Fred & Wilma. Read about it here: My Escape from Hotel Hell
- Kim @ Eyes on the Dollar
Some great advice on Getting Rid of Debt Payments Once and For All. Can’t think of a better New Year’s resolution.
- L Bee @ L Bee and the Money Tree
Any Downton Abbey fans? You’ll enjoy the post, 5 Financial Lessons from Downton Abbey
- Frugal Babe
Love stories of the amazing deals people can find on CraigsList. Check out Ten Bucks For A New Carpet Cleaner.
- David @ Young Adult Money
Are you looking to turn over a new leaf in 2013? Check out 10 Things You Can Do to Improve Your Finances in the New Year to get a fresh look on the topic.
- John @ Frugal Rules
I love tips on becoming a better blogger so I was thrilled to see Even More Blogging Tips From a Beginner. If you have a blog or are thinking of starting one you’ll want to check it out.
A Blast From The Past:
My post Frugality In Practice: Only Buy What You Can Afford, Please! is from way back in July 2008 and talks about the housing crisis that we were currently going through in the United States. When I wrote the post I was having one of those days when I just needed to vent, which by the way, is one of the greatest things about having a blog. It gives you a voice. Even if only 10 people will ever read it, it still gives you a voice.
Happy reading and have a great weekend everyone. Go Niners!
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