Whew, what a week. Grandma's been here all week, but we didn't get to hang out much. Classes and homework. Two impromptu live demos for the whole customer organization. And it's in the 80s all week and we didn't get to go swimming in our pool. What a … [Read more...] about Best Frugality Articles from Festival of Frugality #93
When I graduated college with my business/IT degree and got my first corporate job, I saw many of my coworkers going off to college again to get their technical masters or MBA. I wondered whether I should do the same. Six years later, I'm finally … [Read more...] about Deciding when to get a masters degree
Sometimes I ask myself if I've run out of stuff to say. However, I always come up with something. I might only have roundups or statistics for a few days, but then I come out with a great article or series. However, writing is hard! So why do I do … [Read more...] about How has writing at Clever Dude helped me?
Money, Matter & More Musings (aka MMM) has put together a giant Carnival of Personal Finance this week, with 88 articles from over 100 entries. MMM also added snippets of fun money facts between each section to help liven the mood. My own … [Read more...] about Best Finance Articles from Carnival of Personal Finance #118
FILAM Personal Finance hosted this week's Festival of Frugality, where my article "Cheap Clothes Aren't Always a Value" was featured. The festival is collection of like-minded articles, in this case saving money and frugality, submitted by their … [Read more...] about Best Frugality Posts from the Festival of Frugality #89
For some of us, the word "Help" is a very bad 4 letter word. Sometimes we're so intent on doing things ourselves that we lose touch with our friends, families, coworkers and, eventually, ourselves. Peggy Collins writes about something she calls … [Read more...] about Are you too self-sufficient?