The Simple Dollar Weekly Roundup: Rain and Sports Edition

One of the big challenges of outdoor youth sports is dodging the inevitable spring rainfalls.

We’ll have a practice or two and I’ll see some real improvement with the children I’m coaching. Then, we’ll have some rain and be forced to miss a practice and a game and then the next time I see them, they’ve reverted back to what I’d call organized chaos.

I’m not pushing them to be competitive, but I do know that they enjoy it when they score goals during games and I can see them getting quite a bit better at times. Still, it’s frustrating when the weather and the downtime undoes that progress.

27 Pratcial Tips to Simplify Your Life It’s a great list, all around. (One of the tips was generated by me.) (@ midway simplicity)

How to Pull Off the Perfect Picnic Picnics are a great way to spend part of a warm spring Saturday afternoon, and it doesn’t have to cost much at all, either. (@ art of manliness)

14 Action Inducing Lessons from Benjamin Franklin All of us have big ideas about what we’d like to get done, but it’s the transition from idea to action that makes all the difference. This article offers some great advice for that transition. (@ dumb little man)

Parents as Resources for Adult Children My parents are one of the most valuable resources I have to draw on. Not in terms of money, but in terms of advice and ideas. (@ family money values)

Paying Down Debt With Gazelle Intensity? How Much Of An Emergency Fund Do You Need? This is an interesting perspective on this familiar question. If you’re focusing on paying down debt, the questions in this article are worth thinking about. (@ bible money matters)

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2 thoughts on “The Simple Dollar Weekly Roundup: Rain and Sports Edition

  1. Jackson says:

    The kids on the team are what 5 or 6? Just let them have fun and be kids!

  2. Evita says:

    #1 will send you to 27 frugality/simplicity blogs. Worth having a look !

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