It’s almost Easter so it must be time for my annual deviled egg post.
- I’ve blogged about deviled eggs so many times on this blog it’s kind of ridiculous. But they’re kind of my thing. And they’re yummy and frugal and perfect for all the Easter eggs you’ve got lying around, so here they are again: Fancy, Frugal Deviled Eggs.
- Also, Elle from My Financial Reviews is running a series of blogger interviews and I was lucky enough to get to particpate. You can read my interview here: How to Succeed as The Family’s CEO. Thanks, Elle, for including me!
Now onto some posts from around the web that caught my eye recently:
- 5 Non-Traditional Ways to Cut Your Grocery Bill at Careful Cents. This isn’t the same list you’ve read 100 times before.
- I’ve written before about the people my family sponsors through CFCA (Christian Foundation for Children and Aging). There’s a great post on the CFCA blog this week about something the folks there know a little bit about: 23 Quick Tips to Cut International Travel Costs.
- The Invisible Rich at Kiplinger. From the post: “The biggest barrier to becoming rich is living like you’re rich before you are.”
- The Shockingly Simple Math Behind Early Retirement at Mr. Money Mustache. Simple is right. Shockingly so. :) Excellent food for thought.
- DIY Ivy Topiary at All Things Heart and Home. I’ve never had great luck keeping ivy alive indoors, but this post makes me want to try again.
- Finally, Myquillyn at Nesting Place wrote about paying off $150,000 of debt in five years. Myquillyn — who normally blogs about house stuff — is known for her authenticity and transparency, and this post is no exception. If you want to be inspired, go read it.