Our friends are arriving tomorrow morning, and then Monday morning I’m heading to New York for business. I have a lot to do before our company arrives, so I’ll make this round up short.
Here are my favorite posts from the blogosphere this week:
- Pecuniarities suggests a financial fast. Sometimes the only way to find out if you can live without something is to actually live without it.
- Happy to be at Home says bartering is back. Thank goodness! We all have something to offer, so why pay money when you can trade services so everyone will benefit?
- Common Sense with Money asks, “To stimulate, or not to stimulate?” Less spending and more saving may not be the best thing for the economy right now, but doing the best thing for you and your family will ultimately be the best thing for the economy in the long run.
- Small Notebook looks back on a year of composting. I live in an apartment right now, but I can’t wait to try composting when I have the space for it.
- Bargaineering offers a simple explanation of the stimulus tax credit. If you have questions about why your paychecks are suddenly just a little bigger, then you should read this.
Sorry to cut it short this week, but I’m short on time and I still have blog posts to schedule for next week. :)
Happy Friday! And happy first day of spring!