Link Love

We’re kind of snowed under this week.  I, in fact, would like to cry when I think about next week.  *Sob*

Get a life phd talks about how she published 3 books in one year.

donna freedman has been busy

Femomhist has a whole bunch of links about how to do it all in her blog carnival.

Check out this online book club for Your Money or Your Life from minhus (inspired by oilandgarlic).

Stole this awesome link about 6 things rich people need to stop saying (by cracked) from wandering scientist’s link love.

We were an editor’s pick in this week’s carnival of personal finance!

Note to people who use blogspot:  If you only allow Google Account and OpenID, we cannot comment on your blog.  It’s nothing personal, blogspot just won’t let us comment with our wordpress login anymore like it used to, even in IE (for a while we could do it in IE and not firefox).  If you want more comments from us, we need the Name/URL option.

12 Responses to “Link Love”

  1. Comradde PhysioProffe Says:

    Note to people who use blogspot: Stop using f*ucken bloggespotte! It suckes complete f*cken shitte in every possible goddamme motherf*cken way!

  2. femmefrugality Says:

    I use blogspot. I’ve got you guys covered with the name/URL option. Thanks for making me aware, though!

  3. Donna Freedman Says:

    Thanks for the linkage. :-)

  4. Candi @ min hus Says:

    Thanks for the link to the YMOYL book club!

    I found your blog via Oil & Garlic and it’s quickly become a regular read!

  5. Tanya Golash-Boza Says:

    Thanks for the link love!

  6. Rumpus Says:

    (regarding 6 things rich…) Really? Do people say those things (rich or otherwise)? If so, I really need to continue not paying attention to politics. The last item reminded me of a video game I played once…it was basically Simcity, except Roman. And you were supposed to keep upgrading your city as you went with bigger/better/prettier things. (The absolute best part was putting plaza everywhere; if I had my way I would plaza everything.) So it was pretty easy to end up with the “have nots” who lived in the old, slummy part of town, and the “haves” who lived in the new part of town…but of course there wasn’t a public fire department so when a fire came along everyone lost. Well, and of course barbarian hordes would pretty much ruin everyone’s day…but when is that not the case?

  7. Leigh Says:

    I hate the blogger commenting system… So painful!

  8. MutantSupermodel Says:

    The cracked piece is endless brilliance piled on more brilliance and then speckled with brilliance sprinklings.

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