September 28th, 2012
Link Roundup: Sit Less to Save Money
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Sit Less to Save Money “Sitting is the new smoking, it seems. While the medical establishment has long been trying to get people to become more active, various studies have been focusing on the negative effects of sitting too long rather than simply looking at the positives of exercise. A recent study showed that sitting less than three hours per day may add up to two years to your life expectancy.” SavingAdvice.com
Spend Less than You Earn “The Simple Dollar highlights both sides of the “spend less than you earn” motto that so many personal finance bloggers (including me: it’s my best piece of financial advice) love. IMO, he does a great job of breaking the saying down into its two main parts.” Free Money Finance
The Many Ways the Internet Saves (and Makes) You Money “Have you given thought lately to all of the ways the Internet saves you money?” Free From Broke
Ways to Beat Lifestyle Inflation “In the past couple of years, my hourly wage has doubled. On top of that, now, I don’t have to pay tuition. I think that most people in my situation would be battling some major lifestyle inflation. And I am, of course, no exception.” Prairie Eco-Thrifter
8 Things to Make Your Life Easier (and Cheaper) “I’m all for making life a bit easier to live. No sense pounding your head against the wall if there is a better way to do things. So, here’s a few things that I employ to make daily living a tad more convenient. ” Three Thrifty Guys
Did you know cash can help you simplify your finances? “I am sure you have heard the term cash is king. It is true but not only is cash king it can also help you simplify your personal finances. You have probably read articles that cash will become obsolete. Well as long as we are still using cash let it help you simplify your finances. Here is how using cash can help you simplify and improve your finances.” Simple Financial Lifestyle
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