I recently participated in a Yakezie member blog swap. We all wrote on the topic “Balancing Frugality and Fun.” I can’t believe the variety of ideas and different perspectives that came out of these posts. I have thoroughly enjoyed reading each one of these. I encourage you to look through these posts; there are many good ideas to be had.
Here is the list of articles:
Latisha Styles shares her story about going on a shopping diet at Narrow Bridge.
Joe gives us 10 different ways we can have fugal fun in almost any city at Prairie Eco-Thrifter.
Ashley reminds us to spend those dollars where they will give us the most happiness at My Personal Finance Journey.
Jason reminds us that making memories is what counts at Financially Consumed.
Denise tells us that any kind of fun is possible with a little planning, determination, and work at Money Cone.
Money Cone shares with us how they have become a latte sipping frugal Mac user at The Single Saver.
Jacob shares with us 5 different techniques we can use to balance frugality and fun at Money Talks Coaching.
Prairie Eco Thrifter shared 3 ways she has found to have fun on the frugal at Retire by 40.
Hunter tells us why corporate bankruptcy isn’t fun at all at Live Real Now.
Eric defines the ultimate frugalite and the ultimate spender over at Financial Success for Young Adults.
And, as you saw last Friday,
The other Joe shares with us his memories of time with his Grandpa growing up and how he taught him to have fun here at Mom’s Plans,
and, I shared my story of how my family balances frugality and fun at Smart Money Focus.Tweet