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More Weekend Reading – May 31, 2008

Lazy Man and Money announces Two Years of Lazy Man and Money. Within the announcement, he confesses that he’s had thoughts of calling it quits. I think that a lot of consistent bloggers face burnout at one point or another.

The Digerati Life writes about a family friend who purchased an extremely risky $1 million dollar home along the cliff side. Find out what happens to this “investment” through the article “Bad Investment? Losing The Million Dollar House, Literally

Generation X Finance explains that Spam Sales on the Rise, Common Sense at an All-Time Low. Seems that frugality is back in style in the U.S and one of the things that they’re cutting back on is quality meat!

Sun’s Financial Diary has a guest post that details How to Talk about Money in any Stage in a Relationship. The topic of Financial Infidelity seems to be a popular in the personal finance blogosphere.

Money Smart Life
teaches us how to Save Money on Gas By Learning How to Ride the Bus.

Brip Blap explains how to save money on camping with “into the wild…without spending a lot of money.”

My Dollar Plan
gives us tips on how to save on a wedding in the article “It’s Wedding Season! Tips to Keep the Costs Down.”







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