I’m not one for suspense, so the winner of the Lazy Man’s Mother’s Day Contest was Tyler of Starshard0’s Super Blog. Congrats!
I’m really running out of time to come up with questions for personal finance guru, Jean Chatzky, so I could use some help on that front as well.
In other thoughts…
- Sports – Celtics and Red Sox on at the same time tonight… both on national TV. This could be heaven or hell.
- Doggie Savings – I found you can save a good amount of money on Firminators and puppy training pads on Ebay.
- Gearing up for the move – I’m moving 1.5 miles next week… so I might not have as much time to write as much as I normally would. Then again, I have a few half written ideas around here somewhere. I hope they aren’t all from 2006 and being bullish about Bank of America.
- Brip Blap converses about early retirement or meaningful work?
- Frugal Dad offers up 14 quick ways to raise cash.
- Generation X Finance urges readers to consider the impact on your finances when taking a paid leave of absence, FMLA, or disability from work.
- Million Dollar Journey asks should you break your mortgage for a lower rate?
- Digerati Life discusses children and money in a young entrepreneur learns about business.
- Money Smart Life inquires how do you cope with fear?
- An auction experience to remember: reflections and more at My Dollar Plan.
- The Sun’s Financial Diary blogs about the economic recovery payment for Social Security recipients sent on May 7.
Other Financial Posts:
- Free Money Finance teaches readers how to ask your doctor, hospital, or dentist for a discount.
- Bargaineering discusses the cost of filing for bankruptcy.
- Consumer Commentary writes on the unownership society.
Kosmo @ The Casual Observer says
Good luck with the move. Hope you and your wife can avoid killing each other during the process. I hate moving.
I’m not really following the Red Sox right now, except for the fact that they OWN the Cleveland Indians :( (currently hovering in last place some where). Its hard to be a fan in times like these, but what is happening with LeBron and the Cavs gives one hope that our town, C-Town, will have one shining moment for the first time since 1964. So I see how you can get excited for your teams. I think it would be hard to find a better team in BBall than the R-Sox right now.
I’m not really a basketball fan, I can only afford to have my heart broken six months out of the year. But I want Cleveland to win this year. If we don’t, there will be no consoling my town. But if some other team wins, thats ok too.
Lazy Man says
I’m trying to milk it for all it’s worth. It’s rare for a city to have four teams (Celtics, Red Sox, Bruins, and Patriots) who are all at the top of their divisions and one of the top 3 teams Vegas has to win it all.