It’s raining outside. My children want to go to the park.
That means it’s time to come up with an indoor solution. That means, of course, that it’s time for an elaborate blanket-and-chairs fort in the living room.
With perspective, it’s normal to feel an emotional attachment to your possessions For me, perspective was the real key to this. I’ve reached a point where, if I have too much stuff, I recognize that I don’t have the time to adequately spend with any of it. That’s a problem – it takes up money and space and gives me no positive value in return. I focus on keeping my stuff down to the items I have time for and actually bring positive value into my life. (@ unclutterer)
Cheap Wedding Ideas On A Small Budget My wife’s family has something of a tradition of having all of the closer family members (siblings, parents, and often aunts and uncles) pitching in to help with catering, decorating, and so on so that the wedding can be done at a low cost. I think this is a brilliant idea. (@ the digerati life)
Worth More Than Money: Taking A Detour on the Road to Riches Everyone’s path to where they want to be is different. (@ get rich slowly)
Are Your Financial Habits Just Bad? I think this article hints at the real truth: bad financial habits often arise from a life that’s got other concerns – too many activities balanced with exhaustion, for example. (@ wise bread)