Well it’s about time I paid back all the wonderful bloggers out there that mention me weekly in their blog roll. I do read many blog posts each week some of which I’d like to mention.
I’m just getting into the swing of this so it will take some time but I hope to have this post up every Friday. I’d like to pick posts from Sun-Friday blog posts to give me some time get to read as much as I can.
I tend to read posts that peak my interest and potentially those of my fans here at CBB. It’s important for me to see my fans grow their knowledge about Budgets,Investments, Savings, the Frugal Lifestyle and of course delicious frugal recipes!
If there is a post you want me to check out don’t be afraid to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and introduce yourself… I’m a nice bloke I promise!
So please take a moment to read some of these great posts and as always if you leave a comment please make sure you let them know Mr.CBB sent you! Share the love!
A recap of Canadian Budget Binder the past week in the blogsphere………..
This week I focused on summer time and things to do, how to save, and taking down the grocery bill with a guest post at Save Big Live Better – Saving On One Of Life’s Biggest Expenses-Food, a great read if you are looking for ways to reduce your grocery bill.
- Ways To Save Money On Your Water Bill This Summer
- The Grocery Game Challenge May 14-20 Sweeping Up Savings
- Mr.CBB’s Cold Pasta Salad With A Kick $4.25
- Mr.CBB’s Garage Sale Tips For Buying and Selling Stuff
- Young Newlyweds $0 Cash, No Food, Our Most Humbling Story
How I paid off my Mortgage in less than 5 years- My Canuck Buck – Essentially what the title states. The most important lesson here is they picked a house they could afford. Great read.
The Social Value of Your Net Worth- Blonde On A Budget- This was an important post that everyone should read. Many times I’ve had people email me and say they were intimidated of starting a budget because they felt behind in comparison to us. You should never look at what others have, look at what you have, and how you can improve and make your life comfortable. It’s about educating yourself and working towards goals. You don’t have to tell anyone what’s in your bank, but true to yourself. Great Read Cait! Check it out…
Using Credit Cards And Paying Them Off Immediately … Too Dangerous? – See Debt Run. This is a great post for any of you that are fed up with debt and have hidden your credit cards. If you can faithfully shop and come home and pay the credit card off that very day you to can reap the rewards credit cards offer. If not, keep them hidden. Great Read!
Money Saving Tips From Personal Financial Bloggers- Best Money Saving Blog. My mate wanted tips from financial bloggers and he received some great tips that you should read. I always like to hear what other bloggers have to say or their personal experiences. Great Tips!
Vinegar As Glass Cleaner- A Rambling Stay At Home Mom- I’ve been using vinegar for a while now and stopped paying money for other cleaners. Great tips and a new blogger.
10 Ways To Build Your Work Wardbrobe For Less- Square Pennies. My mate Maggie at Square Pennies can think of it all. This post is great if you are office bound or simply need to shop to dress up for work. I don’t have but I’ve looked at enough budgets to see that people spend FAR TOO MUCH on clothes. Check this post out and curb the spending on clothes in your budget.
Do Side Hustles Really Make You Money- Tackling Our Debt. When I started my blog I never thought about making money and obviously still haven’t as I don’t make a penny from what I do. I do however use Swagbucks and other sites to try to make a couple bucks here and there. Read this great post by Siccora and see what advice she has to offer.
Are You Rationalizing Your Way Into Debt? Beating Broke- This post should be an eye opener for most especially if you are an emotional spender. Stay clear of salespeople if you are looking for someone to justify your spend. Remember you hold the bill, not them. Check it out!
And.. I always like to end my day with something savoury or sweet, so for all of you reading this today enjoy!
I’m a foodie and I love to share frugal recipes on my blog and the fans love it! Food after all is one of our biggest expenses. One of my favorite food bloggers my mate Denlyn3 at What to Cook? who recently posted this amazing scone the Whole Wheat and Strawberry Scone by Reini Days that you simply have to try. I’m going to make it this weekend. Enjoy!
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