We’re winding down the summer with a mini family reunion and meetings with our kids new teachers. The leaves are already starting to turn and I’m already looking forward to crisp fall weather (and apples that are in season!)
The disastrous state of the US economy still has me feeling a bit stressed and depressed, but since I have no control over those things, I have been focusing on what I can do in my own life.
Here are a few posts that may inspire you to do the same:
Frugal people hate it when stuff breaks. That’s why I enjoyed Sarah’s post When Things Get Broken or Wasted: Frugal Setbacks at Keeping the Kingdom First.
Trent at The Simple Dollar takes a fresh look at an old dilemma: Saving Pennies or Dollars? Brown-Bagging Lunch.
Eating out is my one big weakness when it comes to spending money. Just writing this sentence made me want to get take-out. How I (Finally) Cut Back on Eating Out at MoneyCrush is something that I have bookmarked as a reminder to myself to make my own dinner!
It’s so frustrating to go to the store armed with coupons only to find the products on sale out of stock. Free Money Finance reminds us to Always Ask for a Raincheck.