Money Saving Links: 10/26/08

10.26.08 | Savings Links | 2 Comments | by junger

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It's been a slow week here, thanks to being offline for some holidays and traveling for the day job. But we're back in the swing of things and have a great week lined up for you.

We participated in this week's Carnival of Personal Finance, #175 hosted by Budgets are Sexy. We submitted The Declaration of Financial Independence: ING Direct.

Check out some of these great stories:

10 More Money Saving Websites With Ongoing Big Fat Deals - Greener Pastures

10 time saver and money saver sites I use to get a little extra mileage out of my budget.

My criteria: I don’t lay out my credit card number unless I know the site’s legit.

How to Maintain Optimism in Tough Economic Times - Tough Money Love

But you know what?  We have not given up hope.  We can still see the light and are more determined than ever to finish the job we started, to reach the financial goals we set, and do it on our schedule.  How is that possible after the all of the damage that has been inflicted upon our net worth?  That’s a question that I am now asking myself because to be honest I am surprised at how calm I am at this point.

Saving Is In Again: Thomas Stanley on the Glutton Economy - Cash on the Barrelhead

Hemispheres, the United in-flight magazine, just published a short piece I wrote last spring about saving to become wealthy called Hey, Big Spender.

It includes a quote from Thomas Stanley, author of The Millionaire Next Door. At the time I wrote it, the idea of being frugal still seemed quite out of step with the culture, but Stanley says it’s a habit that never goes out of style for those who hold onto their wealth.

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