The Simple Dollar Weekly Roundup: Politics Edition

You would think, with the Iowa caucus ending a month and a half ago, that the automated political calls would stop for our family.

You’d be wrong.

I’m still getting calls from candidates I don’t support asking me to donate to them. I’m getting weird calls from all sorts of action groups wanting me to support their missions, most of which I don’t agree with.

There is way too much money being spent this election cycle. It’s only February. What is October going to be like?

5 Ways to Become More Self-Confident Every Day This Week These are some great tactics. I sometimes have a hard time showing any sort of confidence in public. My natural tendency is to turtle up in situations with people I don’t know well. (@ pick the brain)

50 Ways to Save Money on Food This is simply a great list of food saving tips. Many are familiar, but all are useful. (@ )

Bank Switch Kit and Checklist If you’re considering switching banks, this list will make it incredibly easy to do so. (@ consumerism commentary)

Meeting versus making Every single conflict in my marriage can be boiled down to one thing. I tend to be a maker, my wife tends to be a meeter. I don’t think it’s a bad thing to be a meeter, just a different mindset. (@ seth’s blog)

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