1. Best and Worst Things to Buy in February
My fave: The iPad!
2. How to Have Anything You Want With No Regrets
I like the reminder that we’re working so hard to have money to live our lives – not to feel guilty about every penny we spend.
I wouldn’t mind borrowing camping gear, but a casket…? Not too sure about that one.
This is a discussion we’re currently having in our family – the author made some interesting points.
Is this silly or smart?
Interesting article on our true motivations for giving. Favorite quote: “For the record, if it’s taken by force, by tax, it isn’t charity”
I think it’s always a good idea to know what’s in the minds of the marketers who are trying to separate us from our money.
I don’t know why this one is so hard: “And never give your bank account information to anyone.”
Not a whole lot new here, except for “Divided Earnings.” This phrase is popping up all over the place right now.
We’re considering a dog for the kids. The words in the article convinced me we don’t need one, but the pictures convinced me we do…