Sunday Link Love!

Posted by Mrs Money on November 2nd, 2008

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This “fall back” daylight savings thing is kicking my butt!  It’s only 6:40 P.M. and I’m almost ready to go to bed.  Lame!  I hope you had a wonderful weekend.  I spent mine doing home improvements but I am really glad I did, because I feel so much better about staying in this house!  Here are some posts I enjoyed this week:

Kacie @ Sense to Save is cancelling her cable. I think this is great! I would love to do this, but I’m afraid I’d miss TLC and HGTV too much! I could probably do without if I could watch the shows online.

Pinyo at Moolanomy advises people not to cash in your 401k. I personally wouldn’t do this but it’s a good reminder to those who are thinking about doing it not to!

Ashley at Wide Open Wallet talks about building a wardrobe. Sometimes I get the urge to purge my closet but then I realize that would be stupid. I think adding one piece at a time is a great way to build a wardrobe!

Mrs. Micah reminds people what we really own in stocks: shares, not dollars.

Tricia at Blogging Away Debt asks the time old question: Can money buy happiness? I don’t think it can. I think it can make you feel good for a little while though! ;)

Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

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4 Responses to “Sunday Link Love!”


  1. Mrs. Micah says:

    Thanks for including mine! We just got the digital converter, and it’s surprisingly awesome. What I’m watching right now is close to DVD-quality, which we never got with cable.

    HGTV is definitely appealing, but I also find it makes me feel worse about my apartment and like spending more money than I really need to be happy. :-/

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  2. Kacie says:

    I love HGTV and TLC, too. TLC has some shows for free online, and HGTV has a TON of free options. Maybe you could get your fix online?

    Or, maybe you could rent DVDs of the shows on Netflix or something.

    I used to watch those channels all the time, but I don’t really miss them anymore.

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  3. Move on out to AZ and you won’t have to deal with daylight savings. It actually took a bit of time to get used to (I’m a CA girl) but now I love it!!

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