Thanks to all my readers for another great week. There have been some interesting discussions started in the comments – behold the power of The Yakezie.
I've seen so much great advice this week that I'm proud to present this week's featured writing. Please do yourself a favor and check them out.
I participated in the Yakezie Carnival this week hosted by Miss T at Prairie Eco Thrifter. Many thanks to her for putting that together.
I'm ready for the weekend. Some old friends of mine are coming to visit, so we'll see how that turns out…
Please click “continue reading” to see this weeks' picks…
- Over at American Debt Project, we have another delightful musing from S. on what she wants to do when she gets out of debt. Always entertaining and engaging stuff here.
- Ashley at Money Talks Coaching has another excellent post: what do you do when faced with a tsunami of unplanned expenses? This site is a great resource if you are struggling.
- 101 Centavos has a cool take on learning a new language by “faking it till you make it.” This site is a must read if you are interested in the money behind mining, minerals, and resources of the Earth.
- Cassie at Digging Out and Up raises a good question in At What Point Do You Talk About Money? with your significant other. This site makes me happy.
- Saving Advice is a new site on my radar, but that just means my radar is faulty. SavingAdvice.com has some great tips to break your TV habit.
- Jai Catalano has 5 Quick Ways to Tell You Aren't a Photographer. Jai is good with a camera and can salsa dance like nobody's business. Always entertaining here.
- Jeff at Sustainable Life Blog has a tutorial on making your own hard apple cider, homebrew style. I like Jeff's site because I have an interest in retiring to a self sustainable ranch. Plus he's always open about his finances and honest about his progress.
- Miss T at Prairie Eco Thrifter has an A to Z list of brain foods. This site is quality content, post after post. A must-visit.