Friday Link Lovin’ (on a wonderful 3 day weekend)
Posted: April 6, 2012 Filed under: blogging, good reads, Link Love | Tags: blogging, link love
For our Easter Dinner we are having a ham dinner. I am totally justifying the cost of buying a ham by thinking of the leftovers and how good they are going to be. Well I hope so anyways—it’s going to be my first time baking the ham all by myself. But back to my leftovers-I’m thinking sandwiches, fried ham and ham with crackers and cheese. Okay, ham is one of my favorite foods. Now for sides, I’m thinking mashed potatoes and gravy, a salad, rolls and some kind of dessert. Now I’m really making myself hungry. While I go try to find a healthy breakfast, why don’t you go check out some of my favorite posts this week!
Young, Professional Finances posted about the cost of being sick. Hope she feels better soon!
Shopping to Saving posted about her interview with Cassey of blogilates. And I know that I now want to check it out
Michelle @ Making Sense of Cents posted about her mystery shopping.
Earth and Money posts about the costs involved in price shopping for groceries. I am lucky in that the stores I shop at are all next to each other.
One Smart Dollar posts about cutting moving costs. Something I hope I don’t have to worry about for awhile longer.
Mo’ Money Mo’ Houses reminds everyone about going to the dentist. (I must admit I’m happy about having the dentist benefits but I’m almost sick of how often I’d had to go because I put it off for so long)
Alice @ Don’t Debt reminded me (okay she probably didn’t just write the post for me but I can pretend can’t I?) to visualize what my life will be out of debt—which is helping me when I am scrimping and saving.
J$ updated his net worth and I am jealous as my net worth is negative. But hey, I’ll get there someday right?
B from Below Her Means posted about her high school friend and how their relationship affects how she is today.
Andrea @ So Over Debt posted about the 3 different types of debt.
Speaking of Andrea, have you checked out Curiosity Killed the Blog? I don’t even have a favorite post—they are all good and helpful (I’d say good ‘n’ plenty but that is one of my least favorite candy)
Blonde on a Budget says she won’t be doing any more “no” goals and I can’t agree with her more.
Daisy @ Add-Vodka reminds us all to take care of clothes—they last longer. (and I too have the problem of pants dragging on the ground due to a lack of height)
So those were some of the posts I enjoyed—I hope you enjoy them too!