The Simple Dollar Weekly Roundup: Live Baseball Edition

Several people have written me asking whether I actually go to a lot of live baseball games. I do not.

For starters, I live pretty far from a major league team. The closest park is about three hours away.

There are some minor league teams in the area and we’ve attended a few of their games. For the entertainment, the price is pretty good, but there’s an edge of excitement that’s just not there.

For me, games are a big treat, not a routine. I find other ways to enjoy baseball.

How to Fail at Habits For me, it’s the failure in the moment. If I can keep convincing myself early on to try a particular tactic, over and over again, it eventually becomes second nature. (@ zen habits)

Finding Room for the Spontaneous I have a small amount I set aside each month with which I can do whatever I want to do. That money has resulted in things like board games, cast iron pots for the kitchen, and trips with friends (after saving for a few months). (@ get rich slowly)

4 Steps to Personal Transformation If you’re trying to make some changes in your life, here are some really good suggestions. (@ think simple now)

Should kids have to take a minimum wage job while they’re teens? It depends entirely on the teenager. If someone is president of the student council and is involved in three sports and six other clubs, I don’t think it’s a good idea to push a job on top of that. (@ nicole and maggie)

Needs and wants are often confused I think this is the key problem that many people have with overspending. (@ seth’s blog)

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