Friday Faves: Lies, Mothers and Salaries

Happy Friday Loves.  It’s the last weekend in February and hopefully soon the sun will begin shining, it will be light out longer and flowers will soon begin to bloom.   As a native of the cold Northeast I am really looking forward to that.

This weekend I am not up to much.  I am considering starting a Mad Men marathon on Netflix, but because I have an uncontrollable need to finish everything I start, this is still to be determined.

Enjoy these lovely posts from our personal finance friends.  Have a great weekend.

Dear Debt – It Was All a Lie

Save.Spend.Splurge – The Bond Between a Mother and Her Daughter

Yes I am Cheap – How I Doubled My Net Worth In Five Years on A Crappy Salary

The New York Budget – It’s OK to Spend Money, But Know Your Priorities

Leslie Beslie – Working in a Factory (And knowing you could be replaced by robots)

Wise Bread – 13 Things Successful People Do Every Morning

Photo by Conanetta


  1. Thanks for the link! I am the exact same way with TV shows – even ones I don’t end up liking that much, I feel like I have to finish.

  2. Glad you liked the video. Just hearing the title made me tear up again especially near the end. *sniffle*

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