The Simple Dollar Weekly Roundup: Childhood Edition

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Every day, I look at my young children and realise that they will never be this young again.

That single fact is often more than enough motivation for me to put down whatever I’m doing and go spend time with them.

Before I know it, they won’t want to spend an hour playing with their dad any more and it’s at that point that I’ll really miss those lost opportunities.

You can’t get this time back, no matter what you do.

11 Fast, Cheap Ways to Look Younger I’m often shocked at the cost of beauty products. Maybe some of these tips will help take the edge off of those costs for some. (@ prairie eco thrifter)

Summertime Money-Saving Tips I always like lists of frugality tactics. Sure, I might already know most of them, and some might not apply to me, but if I just find one or two new angles, then reading the list was well worth it. (@ wallet blog)

Feeling Blue? Four Alternatives to Retail Therapy to Reduce Sadness Retail therapy is absolute poison to healthy personal finances. Any alternative is welcome. My alternative? I read a good book. If I can get lost in a great story for a while, I usually wind up feeling better. (@ hull financial planning)

The Five Greatest Personal Development Strategies That Actually Work Every day in which you don’t try to improve yourself in some way is a bad day. (@ pick the brain)

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