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  • Reading for the weekend
    on Jul 8, 2011 in links
    My project at work has wound down a little bit so I'm looking forward to some R&R this weekend.  There will probably be at least one other sprint just before I start school and wrap up my time here so I'm trying to take advantage of the free...
  • Find invisible ways to save
    on Jul 7, 2011 in lifestyle budgeting
    For all the talk of extreme couponing, frugalistas, and the new frugality these days and in the wake of the recession, it is still pretty unacceptable in some circles to be watching your wallet more than everyone else.  If you're in the land of...
  • Yakezie Carnival
    on Jun 29, 2011 in links
    Things have been and are going to be a little quiet around here this week since I've been swamped with a project for work.  Please pardon the interruption to your regularly scheduled programming (schedule? what schedule?).  In the meantime,...
  • An ode to beans
    on Jun 27, 2011 in budgeting food
    Beans are a staple in our house but they are often a much maligned and neglected food.  In one of my favorite childhood books, Mr. Popper's Penguins the severity of their financial situation is demonstrated by needing to eat beans when trying to...
  • Debt boosts self-esteem??
    on Jun 24, 2011 in student loans
    There's an article on research from Ohio State University claiming that debt boosts the self esteem of young adults.  These people have clearly forgotten about the difference between correlation and causality.  Researchers found that the mo...
  • Your home is an investment... whether you like it or not
    on Jun 23, 2011 in investing
    Your home is an investment.  There.  I said it.  Call the personal finance blogging police to take me away.  Buying a house is the biggest purchase most people will ever make and it's foolish to not view it as an investment. ...
  • Eat slower? Spend slower!
    on Jun 22, 2011 in lifestyle budgeting
    Prevailing wisdom in the health world is that most people should eat more slowly.  Slowing down, savoring every mouthful and putting your fork down between bites has been shown to help you loose weight, feel full sooner in your meal and it proba...
  • Why I'd rather take out student loans than dip into my 401k
    on Jun 21, 2011 in student loans
    As I get closer to the point where I have to pay my fall bill, I'm running and re-running the numbers on how much and how I can pay.  The good news is that I'm fairly certain I can pay for my first year including living expenses in cash. The bad...
  • Round up of features
    on Jun 21, 2011 in links
    The Carnival of Personal Finance came out a little late last week so it's only fitting that I'm a little late in linking back.  They featured my post on Why Student Loans are the Worst Kind of Debt.  Thanks to Revanche for hosting!I'm also...
  • Is the expansion of women in professional schools harming our economy?
    on Jun 20, 2011 in gender MBA
    I thought we had a great discussion about women in blogging and management last week and I loved hearing everyone's opinions in the comments.  I'm hoping we can expand on that discussion with today's post.There's a fascinating OpEd piece in the...
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