Friday Faves: I’m going to the Justin Timberlake concert

Justin Timberlake

Happy Friday.  Tomorrow I am off to the Justin Timberlake concert.  As a child of the 80s I am a huge New Kids On The Block fan and my sister, who is 3 years younger, was really into the Backstreet Boys.  I have to admit I wasn’t a huge Backstreet Boys fan back then but I’ve grown to love them.

So tomorrow night I will be spending the evening with Justin Timberlake and 15,000 other girls who paid $190 to see him.  I also have to tell you that this is the third time I’m seeing JT in concert.  Yep that’s right I’m a total groupie!

Enjoy your weekend.

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Friday Faves: Backpacking and Adventures


Happy Friday Loves.  We found some great reads to start off your weekend.  Enjoy!

Clever Dude – Warning: Inexpensive Adventures Are Hiding In Your Community!

Boogers Are Yucky – 5 Ways Backpacking Through Europe Cured My Broken Heart

Smart Money Chicks – 5 Ways to Lower Your Car Insurance Premiums

Allyn Lewis Blog – How to Get a Grip On Your Inbox

Miss Melanie’s Journey to a Healthier Life – Breaking Wind in Yoga Class

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Friday Faves: Criticism, Jealousy and Kendrick Lamar


Happy Friday Loves.  Happy Friday.  Let’s get your weekend started off right with some great personal finance reads from our friends.  Enjoy!

Financially Blonde – My Financial Freedom

The Frugal Farmer – How to Deal With Criticism

VOSA – Jealousy. The Fun You THINK They Had.

Dear Debt – The Myth of Being Caught Up

Lisa vs. The Loans – What Kendrick Lamar Can Teach Us About Money

Budget and the Beach – Ways to Save on Family Trips

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Friday Faves: Happy July 4th


Happy July 4th loves.  I hope you are all getting outside to enjoy the sun, walk around without your shoes on and eat some good cookout food.  That’s the one thing I miss about living in a small town – the feeling of fresh cut grass on my feet and the feeling of sand between my toes.  I come from a town close to the five great lakes and the beaches were never in shortage.  Now I live in a big city and unfortunately fresh cut grass is hard to come by.

Have a great Independence Day and enjoy these posts from our personal finance friends:

Wise Bread – Healthy People Have These 10 Things in Their Homes – Do You?

Get Rich Slowly – Are these good enough reasons to buy life insurance?

Broke Millennial – How to Tell a Bride “No”

Club Thrifty – My Worst Money Mistakes

Smart Money Chicks – How We Had A Dream Honeymoon Without Depleting Our Savings

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