Happy Friday everyone. Gosh, has this week flown by. This week has been nuts. Time is of the essence these days. Between my class two nights a week, studying, and having to work late I have had no down time. Last night I had to work until 8 pm and then after that had to go and meet my hubby at the grocery store to pick up our stuff for the next couple weeks. On top of that the board that I am on is falling apart and we are losing our Executive Director. It has been a good week – lol. The real funny thing is that I am ok and surprisingly not tired. In fact I think I am over stimulated and need some down time to actually put my body into rest mode. I haven’t been sleeping the best because I just feel reved. I am hoping to get a pinch of rest this weekend in between studying and other commitments but we shall see how things go.
How about you all – are you managing your time better than me?
Take a peak and see what I read this week:
Good Reads From The Blogosphere:
- Have you ever wondered How Secured Credit Cards Help You Repair Your Credit? If so, don’t miss Ryan’s post about how they can be an option for repairing bad credit at The Better Credit Blog
- When it comes to managing your money, sometimes it has to be First Values and Goals, Then Strategies, as Emily from Evolving Personal Finance highlights
- Pauline from Reach Financial Independence shares 5 ways to get out of debt, to show how you can accelerate your debt payments to become debt free earlier
- TTMK at Tie the Money Knot wonders if Using the 80/20 Rule for Money and Life can help you achieve your goals
- When it comes to grades and your kids, Robert at Kids Ain’t Cheap wants to know if it’s beneficial or detrimental to have a strategy for Rewarding Students for Good Grades?
- Grayson from Debt RoundUp wants to know Why is Prepaid Such a Dirty Word? after his friend thought he was in financial trouble because he was looking for a prepaid cell phone.
If you are new to PET or haven’t gotten a chance to read all the articles in the past, here are few archives you might enjoy.
- Children’s Music on a Budget
- Competing With Yourself To Save On Utility Bills
- 5 Ways To Be A Master Of Home Entertainment
- A Satisfying Life Is All About Balance
- Are You Financially Ready For Kids?