Yesterday, we transitioned our son from a crib to a twin bed. He loves it. The sheets are covered in race cars and the headboard has shelves in it so his copy of Goodnight Moon is always near at hand. It has dresser drawers underneath him and best of all, his footboard has a small door in it. What’s behind the door? A little space behind the drawers that is already becoming his favorite place to be. It’s amazing to watch children explore and grow.
6 Financial Decisions – Don’t Learn The Hard Way A great breakdown of three terrible decisions and three good decisions. I think the bad ones are good in a way – they teach you lessons that you don’t forget. (@ gather little by little)
What Would You Do With A Million Dollars? I’d pay off every debt we have (student loans and home), then every every remaining dime into my portfolio, then keep living as I am now while my wife and I decide what our long term choices would be. We’d likely eventually build a home in the country, then sell our current home. Oh, and I’d probably switch to doing The Simple Dollar (or something like it) full time. (@ money smart life)
The Simple Dollar Retro: Overcoming a Sudden Strong “Bad Spending” Impulse This is a battle that I fight often.