Friday Round-Up

As the air gets crisper, the leaves begin to change and the unmistakable scent of firewood permeates my neighborhood, I am left snuggling with my baby girl and a pumpkin spice latte. Life can't get any better than this – coffee, child, Autumn: three of my favorite things in this world, all magically at my fingertips as this season begins.

{Content sigh}

I'm quite happy as I sit here, and I can't think about much to say on any subject at the moment. Just that fall is wonderful.

This does bring me to Round-Up in a roundabout way, since The Family CEO posts about college. (My thought process: Fall is wonderful; school begins in Fall; college is school...) Read all about it, then check in with the other great posts I've found this week!

  • Got high schoolers with college on the brain? Check out The Family CEO’s post, “Six Things I Want My Kids to Know about College.” Honestly, these are six things I want myself to have known about college!
  • Join 20s Finances for a look at how attending an expensive conference can be worth the cost as Corey details why investing in yourself can help you come out ahead. Now that’s an article that’s right up the MomVesting alley!
  • If you’re bored and need a new game to play, why not play something that will help you get ahead in life? Ashley at Money Talks reviews the game “Cash Flow 101”. Surprisingly, this fun game can help build your knowledge about life investments.
  • For a good “Did I really do that in the name of frugality?!” story, head on over to Femme Frugality. Honestly, you’ll laugh. Hard. Very hard.

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femmefrugality wrote:

Fri, 09/21/2012 - 23:13 Comment #: 1

Oh, those are 3 amazing things! Thanks for the mention, and I hope your weekend continues to go splendidly!

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Christa Palm wrote:

Sat, 09/22/2012 - 02:00 Comment #: 2

Thanks, FF! Same to you :-)

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