So, here we are again time sure does fly from week to week. This has been a long week for me, we are still trying to figure out what to do with our Suburban. The transmission needs to be replaced. Well, we are right in the middle of sports seasons and my husband is a track coach so we are running ourselves ragged in our 1 car. But we are very grateful to have it! So enough with my car problems lets get to your wonderful money saving tips.
Be sure to give some linky love by checking out our featured posts from last week # 21!
In order to tackle our frugal shortcomings it’s important to know if we are a natural saver of spender and here are a few questions to ask yourself or your spouse from Frugal & Coupon Crazy.
This Week’s Featured Posts:
My Simple 20-Minute Workout Routine — at The (Mostly) Simple Life
Spending or Saving Your Money? — at Frugal & Coupon Crazy
What’s for Dinner? Kitchen Superstar — at Practical by Default
On Couches, Loss, & Compromise — at Stay at Home Yogi
Earn Money Just Walking Around — at Stay at Home Yogi
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