I was talking with a friend the other day and I mentioned how I now work at home. He said I was "living the dream." Someone forgot to tell me that rationing your Ramen is living the dream.
While on the topic of living frugally, Golbguru is about to experience some lifestyle deflation. I've been living that for the last 4 months and it's quite stressful.
I'd like to send a "gung hay fat choy" to Sun. I hope that means what I think it does. It looks like he got the same letter I did about Ohio's 529 Plan. Our low cost investment just got a little lower.
The Digerati Life writes why to love to a down market - you get buy low. Unfortunately, this isn't a silver lining for me as I don't currently have the cash to invest.
Ben at Money Smart Life has free long distance phone calls. I thought everyone had that five years ago with cell phones and Internet phones like Vonage.
No Credit Needed has found an annual discount on the Dish network. The question is, is it worth it? Click through to find out why.
Free Money Finance asks Should Unhealthy People Pay More for Medical Insurance? My answer is simply yes. I know that unsafe drivers pay more driver's insurance, what's the difference?
Mighty Bargain Hunter asks how strong your piggy bank is. Mine is paper-mache and I love it.
I was featured in a few carnivals this week. You can read them here:
- Carnival of Peer-to-Peer Lending hosted by RateLadder
- Carnival of Personal Finance at Paid Twice
- Carnival of Financial Goals at Brip Blap
- Festival of Frugality at... wait for it... Being Frugal (of course)
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