I try to share regularly about frugality and money saving ideas here at my website, but there are so many websites that do so, too. We can learn so much from others that I want to share some of my recent frugality inspired links.
I’ve been working on compiling all our bills and receipts so we can file our taxes. Preparing our taxes as self-employed church workers is always a challenge, but it must be done. Christina shared 5 Smart Things to Do with Your Refund. It looks like we should be getting a refund, and I want to pay down our remaining car debt and / or use it for an upcoming house project. You?
Jessica at Life as Mom shared some of her favorite personal finance websites. She had some great links. Get Rich Slowly also shared some of his favorite finance recommendations here. Wisebread is now on my list to explore.
Kim shared a beautiful guest post about how their emergency fund gave us peace in the midst of grief. This very well might bring you to tears as it did me.
Crystal at Money Saving Mom shared some great suggestions for how to stock your pantry on a limited budget. These hints work for us all regardless of budget size.
Kevin from Christian Personal Finance shared an article on 5 economic lessons from American history. My history loving and teaching husband will appreciate this link, too!
Did you learn anything new, frugality wise, with these links?