Pecuniary Links ~ August 2009 #1

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Hey everyone, hope this day finds you well and happy. I apologize for the scarce posting between roundups. Madoline and I are still working on re-vamping our business and also starting another. This doesn’t mean we’re going to stop blogging; it’s way too much fun and I have so many drafts and ideas still to be drafted waiting to be polished up and posted.

But here are a couple of notable reads from fellow Pecuniary Associates from this past week that I think you’ll enjoy.

  • Living Well On Less is planning a frugal road trip and talks about how she and her husband will make it frugal, healthy and simple.
  • Counting My Pennies‘s cat recently had surgery and she found herself readily agreeing to have anything necessary done regardless of cost. (We’d be the same way with our dogs.) She talks about priorities and when she will scrimp and when she won’t in What do you value?

We also had our post Short Term vs. Long Term Savings With Bulk Buying included in the 17th Carnival of Pecuniary Delights: Online Slang Edition hosted at Budgets Are Sexy (apologies for the delay in linking back!)


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One thought on “Pecuniary Links ~ August 2009 #1”

  1. I think it’s a good thing to find creative ways to live on a lot less, especially during the slow economy where prices are only shooting up. Such times force anyone to find better ways to save by either cutting corners or doing without. I think buying bulk can help any family save a lot when a certain item is being used quite often by everyone.

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