Friday Roundup: Dating, Down Payments and Tips For Success

by Kristina on October 19, 2012 · 3 comments

Good Morning Dinks and Happy Friday.

As the crispy fall weather continues it is making me think that winter is quickly approaching, it’s also making me wish that I lived in a warmer climate.  Don’t get me wrong I love the four seasons of the chilly northeast but sometimes I wish that I lived in sunny California.

It is my personal philosophy that people in California are so creative because they work in the sunshine all year round.  There is no sadness because of the dull and grey weather and in my opinion that makes people in a better mood, more creative and more productive.

Enjoy these great posts from around the web:

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– Budgets Are Sexy – Girls Care About Money, Guys Care About Looks. Here’s Why Girls Get Screwed On Dating Sites.

– Money Crashers – 6 Ways to Get Money for a Down Payment on a House

– Ready For Zero – How to Get Your Finances in Orders as a Couple

– Credit Sesame – Save $20 a Day in 4 Easy Steps

– Enemy of Debt – Lending Money – Tips for Success

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1 DC @ Young Adult Money October 19, 2012 at 9:30 am

It’s getting pretty cold up here in the Midwest. I’m just hoping we get everything moved this weekend before the REAL cold comes. Also lots of yard work to do. I filled two extra-large trash bags with leaves and looks like I have barely made a dent :0

2 Shannon-ReadyForZero October 19, 2012 at 12:41 pm

Not all of California, it can get pretty gray in San Francisco :). After moving to SF from New York a few months ago, I’m excited to not be dealing with snow this year, but I do miss having a warm summer. Thanks for the shout out!

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