November 15th, 2012

Link Roundup: A Stolen Piano and Other Robberies: How to be Safe When Traveling

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A Stolen Piano and Other Robberies: How to be Safe When Traveling “I don’t care much about material things. Being safe and healthy is what matters most to me. It is a good thing to have, considering all the stuff that I have lost, damaged, or have been stolen over the years.” Daily Money Shot

There Is No Magic Pill for Debt Freedom “I can’t tell you the countless times I have been tempted by the magic pill. You know the one I am talking about; the one that claims you can lose 20 pounds in one month without exercising, get rich working just four hours a day, or the one you can take to get rid of your debt.” Enemy of Debt

How to Stop Feeling Guilty about Spending Money “I am a firm believer that money is a means to an end, and not an end itself. I came to this conclusion after years of feeling guilty whenever I spent money. Even spending money on things that I needed, with money that I had, occasionally made me feel guilty. However, there isn’t much point to having money if all you do is hoard it, and you never use it on something you enjoy.” Being Frugal

5 Part-Time Jobs that Pay Surprisingly Well “In the current economic times, many consumers are looking for ways to make a little extra money. You don’t have to get another full-time job to earn a good wage, though. There are part-time jobs that can provide you with a decent enough income — especially if you have certain skills.” Bargaineering

Best Ways to Make Extra Money: Start Your Own Business Selling Services “Today we’re continuing my series on the best ways to make more money and we’ll discuss selling our talents and expertise. If you are looking to capitalize on your abilities, and what you know, you can start a side business selling services. ” Free Money Finance

10 Items You Should Avoid Buying This Black Friday “Black Friday is looming closer and if you’re planning a list of things to get, be sure to avoid items without good discounts. Don’t fall into the trap of thinking everything’s a good deal during a sale.” SavvySugar

Frugal Tips For Stretching The Family Finances “Raising a family is costly, there is not a doubt about that. From feeding and clothing the kids to paying for medical expenses, school expenses, hobbies, sporting activities, orthodontic treatment, etc., there are many costs that come with raising children. While we’ve had to be creative at times to make the budget stretch while living on one income, we’ve {thankfully} always had everything we needed.” Not Made of Money

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