Weekly roundup: Running, giveaways and long term goals

by Kristina on September 27, 2013 · 3 comments

Good morning Dinks. Well this is it, the last Friday of September and October is creeping in.  With the change of a season – especially a colder season – comes all kinds of costs.  This time of year our heating bill gets high and we need to buy warm sweaters.

I don’t know what it is about the change of seasons but it just makes me want to shop.  As a former spender who was out of control I try to keep my spending to a limit or avoid the temptation all together.

How to you keep your home costs down?

My Diary Entry – is giving away a FlipBelt.  If you love running, jogging or walking enter to win.

Boomer & Echo – When Doing What You Love Doesn’t Pay The Bills

Enemy of Debt – My Short Term Mindset is Getting in the way of my Long Term Goals

Everything Finance – The single best thing you can do for your financial future

The SITS Girls – Perfect Your Blog’s Sidebar

Credit Sesame – 5 Easy Ways to Make Yourself Contribute to Your Savings

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1 Robb September 27, 2013 at 9:42 am

Thanks for the mention, Tahnya! It was nice to meet you this past weekend at CPFC13.

2 Kristina September 28, 2013 at 12:08 pm

Have a great weekend Robb.

3 Crystal September 29, 2013 at 1:28 am

I live in Houston, TX, so the fall and winter are actually better for our home costs – no a/c and way less watering of the lawn. But in general, I always have to keep my spending under control by comparing whatever I want to spend on to whatever I want to save for…

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