After several days full of memories and touching base with old friends I am back home.
Apart from walking five-six miles with Suzi the Dog, playing and listening to a light novel, I haven’t done much this weekend.
It seems I need a rest. How I know? When you start falling asleep every time you sit down to read something you know.
Still, last week I read some outstanding personal finance articles and I wanted to share these with you.
Here are the five top money tips articles for last week:
- Life Lessons from the Playground: this is a very thought provoking article by Stefanie on the Prairie Eco-Thrifter. I particularly enjoyed reading the first and last lessons.
- Would Legal Marijuana Shops Decrease Usage?: An interesting and thought provoking article on a very topical issue by Canadian Budget Binder. I believe that legalising marijuana and prostitution will be a good move: if nothing else it makes it easier to control these.
- Five Expensive Items Every Woman Should Own: Michelle over at Fit Is the New Poor is a woman after my own heart. And I love the fifth item!
- Investing for Beginners: Time Value of Money: If you’d like to read something that explain difficult stuff so that even your dumbest cousin will understand (oh, and you of course) you can always count on the Monevator.
- Four Tips for Glamping on a Budget: Great tips from Miss Thrifty. And just in case you are wondering ‘glamping’ is ‘glamorous camping’. With this article she almost had me convinced and I think camping is expensive: after each of my attempts I’ve needed counselling and osteopath.
Enjoy this articles and please let me know in the comments if you’ve read something you’d like to share.
Last week, The Money Principle was included in the following personal finance carnivals:
Yakezie Carnival hosted by Smart Budgeting
Finance Carnival For Young Adults hosted by Millenial Cents
Lifestyle Carnival hosted by My Life I Guess
Carnival of Financial Camaraderie hosted by Student Finance
Carnival of Money hosted by Carnival of Money
This is all for now and I have to go and make some pizza. Speak soon.