In an odd turn of events, all those who should be asleep are. I don’t know if this will become a regular feature or not, but here is a round up of posts I have found interesting, this week, in the frugal and personal finance communities.
- My Two Dollars – reminds everyone that no interest for twelve months does not necessarily mean interest free.
- The Simple Dollar – examines frugality and the impression of poverty. In his example, Trent examines the cost benefit of a clothesline versus potential conflict with neighbors.
- Like Merchant Ships – Guest author Scribbit offers suggestions for reusing steel cut oat cans, many of these would also apply to coffee tins or other large cans.
- Being Frugal – Lynnae shares a great list of tips for an effective yard sale trip.
- My Simpler Life – Every May Beth attempts a spending fast for the Month of May. This entry shares a great quote on the state of the economy.
Tell me, Home Eccers, would you be interested in seeing more round ups or do you hate them with a passion? Would you prefer a focus on frugality or should we spend more time searching out tutorials for sewing or crafting? Let us know in the comments.