It is definitely true. The older you get the quicker time seems to fly by. I mean think about - in 3 months we'll be talking about Christmas.
This week in our city it is still quite warm and the sun has been shining everyday. It is quite beautiful. Actually I can't remember the last time it has rained here. The silly thing is, in about a month from now, if not sooner (I hope not) it will be snowing. For whatever reason we rarely get much in the way of Spring or Fall weather. I wish we did because I really enjoy mild temperatures versus too hot or too cold. But here we go straight from "oh it is so hot out" to "man, is it snowing already?".
Anyways, it has been a busy week online, and here are some very interesting posts written by some wonderful friends. If you missed them, take a minute or so to see what everyone has been up to.
Cat at Budget Blonde, who’s living on a beautiful island in the Caribbean (I’m so jealous!!) wrote: Our $1,000 Food Bill. Check it out!
Something all of us need to do at some point – Minimizing the Kitchen By: Drop that Debt
Have you ever dreamed of becoming a landlord? Check out this renovation series – Rental Property Series: Overcoming Setbacks By: Eyes On The Dollar
What do you do to conserve on your household budget and spending in the Fall? Take a look at Household Budget Tips for the Upcoming Fall By: MyMoneyDesign
Janine took some investment courses earlier this year and shares valuable information in her post: How to: Start Investing By: My Pennies, My Thoughts
This post was a real eye-opener for me and I am so thankful that we do not follow the same process in Canada when buying and selling real estate: What Is Exchange Of Contracts And When Should You Do It? By: Money Bulldog, who is moving today. Happy moving!!
Amazing how quickly kids grow up - When Did Our Little Baby Turn Into Such a Big Boy? By: The Family Finances
There have been so many posts online about the importance of all different types of insurance. This post really signifies why a person needs rental insurance if they are renting a home – First Hand Experience: The Importance of Rental Insurance By: Plunged in Debt
Do you enjoy taking vacations without your significant other? Take a read – Finally Decided to Take a Mini Vacation By: Debt and the Girl
As a kid I visited Cedar Point quite often and it looks like Money Beagle did as well. Take a look at how roller coasters make him feel – My Roller Coaster Days Are Behind Me By: money beagle
What is a multi-tasker? Multi-tasking-Saving or Wasting Time and Money For Employers By: Canadian Budget Binder
Happy Friday! Thanks for dropping by and enjoy the weekend!