I’m so looking forward to this weekend. We had a lot of fun last weekend taking a short trip out of town, but I’m looking forward to some good old fashioned relaxation. The forecast is calling for rain, so I’m happy to take a cue from the weather and spend the weekend at home.
I’ve let my house get a little messier in its dark corners than I like. It usually looks pretty tidy on the outside, but I need to spend some time dusting and vacuuming under furniture. I hope to get some of that done, but I can’t make any promises. :)
I also need to catch up on my reading. It never seems like I have enough time throughout the week to read as much as I’d like.
And now onto my favorite posts from this week:
- Northern Cheapskate shares a list of 5 things you should buy used.
- Almost Frugal compares budgeting in America and budgeting in France. Very interesting if you’ve ever considered moving (or taking an extended vacation) abroad.
- My Two Dollars offers a step by step plan for dealing with debt.
And from the Pecuniary Associates:
- Pecuniarities recommends some free shows with money-saving advice on Hulu.
- Counting My Pennies explores pricing psychology and asks, “What sounds better? $500 or $495?”
- Financial Nut takes a look at the next economic problem we may face: hyperinflation.
That’s all from me for the week. I hope you all have a wonderful weekend! Happy Friday!