Here we go again. Almost one year to the day after our last major ice storm, we’re faced with another. I’m a lot better prepared this time and I’m glad I’m with my family this time!
Take a peek at some great posts and articles from the past week:
Judicial Watch has a list of the 2009 Top Ten Most Corrupt Politicians. Don’t worry, it has Democrats and Republicans as well as some surprises. It’s in alphabetical order too, so no one can claim the top spot alone.
Lynnae over at Being Frugal has a fever, Square Foot Gardening Fever! Seriously, few things give me more joy than working with my hands in a garden, learning to patiently wait on a harvest, then enjoying the sweet rewards of that work and patience.
Do you have a worst case scenario plan? Should you lose your job or go through some other financially traumatic event, having a plan in place will keep you from making the poor decisions that cause a situation to go from bad to worse.
Lazy Man is worried about saving for college. Saving for College – An Exercise in Depression reveals why I personally need to plan better for my kids college education.
David at My Two Dollars has a jewel of a post – It’s not what you earn, it’s what you spend. Understanding that one tiny fact is why people can retire wealthy while only making a modest income their entire lives.
Brad from Enemy of Debt has No More Mondays. Yep he’s taken the plunge!
Dustin stirred things up a bit with an article on whether couples should have joint or separate bank accounts. Join in the fun!
Mandi from Organizing Your Way guest posted over at Simple Mom. Check out her great article that debunks seven common organizing myths.