November 9th, 2012

Link Roundup: “I Don’t Blow Money But Seem To Be Forever Broke”

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“I Don’t Blow Money But Seem To Be Forever Broke” “How many of you can relate to that line there? Always feeling broke but can never figure out why? I used to be the same, only with “breaking even” all the time and not being able to break the rhythm. It wasn’t until I started PRIORITIZING what I truly wanted in life until things started changing!” Budgets are Sexy

The Pros and Cons of Insuring your Children “You (probably) love your children and want the best for them. Does being a good parent mean insuring them too? We’ll look primarily at life insurance and critical illness insurance from the perspective of an actuary. There’s also a nifty solution below that gets overlooked.” Million Dollar Journey

10 Ways to Prevent and Reduce Food Waste “Almost all of us have experienced some form of food waste in our homes. Sometimes it’s food that goes bad before we get around to eating it, and sometimes it’s leftovers that spoil because we don’t actually want to eat it. However, everyone can take measures to prevent or reduce food waste.” Saving Advice

How to Optimize Your Retirement Investing Priorities “Because different types of retirement accounts have different levels of tax advantages and other benefits, it helps to know which should be the highest priority. Don’t miss a great opportunity to allow your money to grow as strong as possible in any investment.” Consumerism Commentary

Frugal Your Way to a Pay Raise “This isn’t a ‘make do with less’ article, but rather an article about increasing your cash flow like a raise would have done. Don’t get less of something, just pay less for it.” My Dollar Plan

10 Smart Grocery Tips from a Food Network Star “Saving money on food can begin with how you grocery shop.” SavvySugar

How to Keep from Overspending This Holiday Season “With the holidays fast approaching, it’s time to make a plan. What are you willing to spend money on this holiday season? Do you have a set budget or at least an idea of what you can afford? If you don’t, you’re likely to overspend.” Generation X Finance

6 Tips to Save on Wedding Expenses as a Guest “Though expensive, the bride and groom have the advantage of time to plan their wedding according to their collective budget. Their guests, however, aren’t always so fortunate.” Money Crashers

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