As I’ve talked about on our Facebook page, we’re pretty much all set for Thanksgiving; we’ve ordered a turkey and sides. That’ll help immensely considering the difficulty it will be to even get all the semi-prepared food ready with a toddler running around. Join in on the conversation and leave a comment there sometime.
This week was a great week for tweets about relationships and finances. Here’s the one’s I found particularly interesting. Remember you can follow us at @lovenotdebt.
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There’s some unfamiliar faces in this list, which is great because I get to discover more personal finance bloggers! As always, these tweets have a finances and relationship spin. You can follow me on Twitter @lovenotdebt.
The air is crisp, leaves are changing color, and Starbucks managed to prevent a shortage of pumpkin spice lattes. Ah fall.
I hope that you’re enjoying your fall and also enjoying what we’ve been posting on the blog. Abby is signed up through the rest of the year so expect to read much more of her excellent writing. We think that the giveaway contest with SavingsAdvice.com went well, and they’re making some changes for the future that we’re excited about. Definitely plan to see some giveaways in the future.
Around the pfblogosphere I’ve had my eye on some articles on relationships and finances that I think you’d like to read.
The Simple Dollar has been posting as a part of his “365 Ways to Live Cheap” series some articles on money and marriage. While we don’t always see eye-to-eye, I thought these were of interest:
The weather has been beautiful here in Chicago the past few days. We have family coming into town this weekend which usually means copious amounts of eating out. That’s okay though to me as I don’t really get to spend time together with everyone. Dining out seems to be a fiery topic in the personal finance world. As usual, we tend to buck the advice of the pfblogosphere and eat out waaay to much. We’ve written more than a few posts on our penchant for finer foods:
Welcome to the inaugural edition of Tweets of the Week. If you’re not following me on twitter, you should – I’m at @lovenotdebt. In addition to musing about trivial matters on Twitter, I like to broadcast anything personal finance-related that is fun, helpful, or interesting. It occurred to me that it also serves as a great repository of links that I’d like to share off-Twitter, too. So, instead of doing the usual link round up post, I present to you my Tweets of the Week.