This weekend I got a call from a friend that I hadn't seen in over three years now. It's a side effect of leaving my Boston roots. He was in San Francisco for one night and it was his birthday. Like the standup guy he is, he brought the gifts... some VIP passes to a comedy show where his friend was performing. Turns out that his friend, Jamie Kaler, is from the TBS show "My Boys." Another actor from the show Michael Bunin was there as well.
Long story short, both were hilarious (I thought Kaler was better though) and I had more laughs than I had in a long time. It looks like I might be adding another television to my DVR.
You didn't come here for a comedy review though, so let's get you on to the links of posts I liked this week.
- Brip Blap talks about how to develop good habits.
- Digerati Life asks where are the high paying jobs?
- Frugal Dad goes beyond the emergency fund: the frugal pantry project.
- Generation X Finance shows 5 ways social media can cost you money.
- Million Dollar Journey explains why the economy is not relevant to investing.
- Money Smart Life asks are home warranty companies worth the money?
- My Dollar Plan shares what to expect when you file for unemployment.
- The Sun's Financial Diary says you should rent textbooks to save money.
Top PF Posts:
- Free Money Finance explains where you buy something makes a big difference in cost.
- The Smart Wallet writes about preparing simple meals with store cupboard essentials.
- A Dawn Journal blogs on India's economy and standard of living.
- Mighty Bargain Hunter explains how to get new furniture without getting new furniture.
- Grad Money Matters presents a student's guide to travelling overseas on a budget.
- Pop Economics goes over why you should ask for a raise now.
- Get Rich Slowly shares this reader story: how I save tons of money by grocery shopping once every three months. Combine it with Smarter Wallet's post and you got your meals and shopping covered.
- Canadian Capitalist offers one reason to obtain a US dollar credit card. (Not for Americans, but anybody else should take a look.)
- Money Crashers presents 7 ways to make an extra $1,000 a month.
- 2million Personal Finance Blog gives the rule of thumb for refinancing.
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