What the Cheapskate is Reading: Fall Edition

Fall is here!  We’ve seen temperatures drop 25 degrees in just one day (typical Minnesota!) and we’ve had our first hard frost of the season.

I’ve been busy freezing tomatoes and carrots from the garden.  I had planned to freeze some of the sweet corn my dear cousins brought me from Illinois, but we ate it all!

Fall is my favorite season.  I love the cooler temperatures, gorgeous fall colors and the comfort of warm casseroles and hot chocolate.  I love curling up with some good reads – like these posts here:

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Frugality Won’t Make You Rich at The Simple Dollar outlines my core beliefs when it comes to how I think about money.  Trent writes, “Frugality doesn’t create riches. It creates opportunity.”   So true!

CopyBlogger typically covers writing, but The Single Word That is Stealing Your Future is a post everyone should read.

Fires, earthquakes, hurricanes, floods.  And soon snowstorms will be headed our way.  Read Preparing for an Emergency at Get Rich Slowly for ideas on how to be ready.

I’ve loved newspapers ever since I was a little kid.  Turns out – there’s more to them than just the news and the coupons.  Wise Bread shares 17 Ways to Use Old Newspaper.

Rowdy Kittens shares her dilemma on what to do with a purchase she regrets.  Read Letting Go: Diamonds and Debt.

Pizza dough isn’t just for pizza.  Read Denise’s 4 Things You Can Do with Pizza Dough at $5 Dinners.

Happy Reading!

About Christina Brown

Christina is a wife and mother dedicated to figuring out how to live a simpler, happier life on a budget.

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