The 25th edition of the Lifestyle Carnival was hosted at Master the Art of Saving. The first to submit in each category are hosted here as well. Head over to the full carnival to see all of the submissions. Remember to submit your post by visiting Blogger Carnivals.
Kim @ Eyes on the Dollar writes Fun, Fabulous, Free Things to do in My Favorite Vacation Cities – This post lists fun, free attractions in some of the most popular vacation cities.
Young @ Young And Thrifty writes A Woman’s Perspective on Engagement Rings – As a woman who has been dating her boyfriend for the past 7 years, bought a home and moved in together for the past 1.5 years, my perspective on an engagement ring is simple. I think I just want one.
Pauline @ Reach Financial Independence writes How much are you ready to give to your job? – Some jobs are draining emotionally and physically, how much are you ready to take on before it is too much?
Pauline @ Reach Financial Independence writes Omaba-ize your life! – Make sure you have plenty of time to focus on important things, by following those valuable lessons in time management. Many aspects of your life can be automated to free up some time allowing you develop a side business, bond with you family, or do anything you enjoy!
WEALTH AND RETIREMENT
Little House @ Little House in the Valley writes Does Architecture Define Our Decade? – A recession brings about the feeling and actions of “getting back to basics” and being more frugal. The current style in commercial properties mirrors this outlook. Less money = Less decorative details.
Robert @ The College Investor writes Implementing a Fall Cleaning Schedule – I think it’s time to start a fall cleaning schedule. One in which you prepare your home for the coming winter. Here are the things I’m doing to prepare myself for the cold weather (organized by room):
Edward Antrobus @ If You Can Read, You Can Cook writes Spanish Omlette: Recipe Sunday – I first thought that a “tortilla espanola” was a kind of burrito, but a Spanish Omelet is really more like a quiche. Pretty easy to make and quite tasty!
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