Yawn. I hope you all remembered to set your clocks ahead one hour for daylight savings. I always struggle with the change in time, and the kids do too…. our meal plans and routines are thrown off for a few days.
Last week I had the honor of participating in Women’s Money Week, were dozens of frugal living and personal finance bloggers joined forces to share their thoughts on everything from saving and investing to debt and budgeting. Be sure to check out Women’s Money Week for some fabulous reading.
I’d also like to point you in the direction of these good reads:
If you have little kids, you know how challenging it can be to file your tax return with them around. I share my ideas for surviving the experience in Doing Taxes with Tots: 6 Tips for Parents, a guest post I wrote for the H&R Block blog.
If you’ve quit your job to stay home with the kids (or your parents), then you need to read Don’t Let Retirement Be the Price of Your Caregiving at Bucksome Blogger.
The past week has felt a bit like one step forward, two steps back when it came to our finances. That’s why Breaking Through the Frustration Barrier at The Simple Dollar really resonated with me.
Establishing a gift box can help you save money when it comes to giving. Chief Family Officer has some great Tips for Managing Your Gift Box.
When hunting for freebies and coupons online, you’re often asked to connect your Facebook or Twitter accounts to an app. Before you give access to companies and brands, be sure to read Social Media Privacy: 3 Questions to Ask Before Authorizing Third-Party Apps at Mashable.
And finally, a little humor, courtesy of Plan B Economics: Watch Steve Martin on SNL: Don’t Buy Things You Cannot Afford.
And now… I need a nap.