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Link Love: The I’m Not Pregnant Edition

I had a dream last night that I was pregnant.  Maybe I’m trying to think of reasons that my jeans are getting tight that isn’t about how I’ve been eating.  :)  Either way, it wasn’t good.  I don’t want another baby.  Even in my dream I was kinda upset about it.  But, hey, it’s good to know where you stand on important issues like this.  I’m 100% sure that my family is complete… and that I need to go on a diet.

Tomorrow I’m starting a new project, that is happily not about babies.  A friend of mine was tasked with facilitating a personal finance class at his church and asked me to join him.  It’s a six week class held for one hour per week.  I’ll let you know how it goes.  I’m looking forward to it.


John at Married with Debt said that meal plans kick grocery lists ass.  I agree.

Maggie at Square Pennies had an idea for the cutest crocheted blanket I’ve ever seen!  And I’m not into crocheted blankets.

Free Money Finance shows us what can be done with credit card cash back.  Dang!  Credit cards are like fire.  They can be useful and they can burn.  So if you choose to go this route please be careful!

Cathy at Cool to be Frugal gave us tips for living on one income.  My only tweak… they are tools for living.  Period.

Paul at Enemy of Debt asked how you handle change.  My takeaway from this article wasn’t about change though.   It was about choices.  Sometimes we think we didn’t choose something but actually we chose it a looooong time ago and just never changed our minds.  Read it, it’s interesting.

A Blinkin at Funancials told us the legend of the man in the green bathrobe.  I’ll leave it at that.

Crystal at Budgeting in the Fun Stuff says you can’t fix stupid.  Harsh?  Well… a little, but go see what she means.

Caleb at Pocket Changed just kills it with 35 cubicle renegades to watch in 2012.  Awesome post.  If you are looking to get (or already are) out of your own this year then this post is for you.  Bookmark it!  <— and I never say that!

Suba at Wealth Informatics took on a controversial topic; stay at home mom vs working mom.  This one is too hot for me to ever touch so head over to Wealth Informatics and get the low down.  As always she breaks it down in her scientific manner.

Daniel at Sweating the Big Stuff gave us the complete Suze Orman drama.  I try not to link to a list of links but this one is a must read if you have been following the Suze Orman story in the last week.  This is a recap of everyone’s posts and all the dirty talk on twitter.  We don’t get too much soap opera drama in the personal finance world, but when Miss Suze calls our beloved PT Money an idiot, well… we don’t take kindly to that.


My article Sending a Little Extra to Retirement was editors pick in the Carnival of Retirement!

My article Unemployment Benefits for the Self Employed was included in the Carnival of Financial Planning.

Have a great weekend!!


4 comments… add one

  • John | Married (with Debt) January 14, 2012, 9:46 am

    I had a crazy dream last night that I’m also glad did not come true. I think it would be cool to help teach a personal finance course. I’ve listened to Dave Ramsey so much I think I could teach it from memory.

    Thanks so much for the link love!

  • Maggie@SquarePennies January 14, 2012, 11:08 am

    Was there a full moon last night? I dreamed a 20-year-old was after my husband! Thanks for including me in the round-up. I don’t crochet, but I love that blanket too! Might have to learn! Could be a great gift for a Mario Brothers lover. Pleasant dreams, Ashley!

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