Michael on September 12th, 2008
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It’s been a very busy week traveling the country teaching Life Lessons of Personal Finance.  Just now, I just had the opportunity to read this week’s Carnival of Personal Finance which, as always, has lots of fun postings.  While it was great to see that the host, BankerGirl, loved my analogy between football and savings, it’s always a challenge for me to pick just one other article to recommend to you.

But I got it done.

Read Squawkfox’s 50 Ways to Save $1,000 a Year.  There’s a lot of great ideas and many of them will allow you to live fiscally responsibily without being cheap.  As you know, that’s always an important consideration because they are not the same thing.  Just the other day, I listed five ways in which I am fiscally responsible and five other ways I am not cheap. It’s a fun little exercise you might wish to challenge yourself with.

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3 Comments to “More ways to save”

  1. Jeffrey Rupertus says:

    Michael,

    My wife and I attended your seminar last evening at the ING Cafe in Philadelphia. I wanted to thank you for taking your time to share your knowledge with us. I am sure it will stand us in good stead for a long time to come.

  2. Michael says:

    Jeffrey-
    It was great to meet you last night and I look forward to staying in touch!
    Thanks for visiting the blog.
    Michael

  3. Squawkfox says:

    Thank you so much for the mention! It is soooo true, cheap is not the same as frugal or fiscally responsible. :)

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