- Michelle at Making Sense of Cents wrote: Frugality and Ethics - When is it Stealing? This is a fun post about the muddled line between being frugal and stealing. While we appreciate frugality here at The Frugal Weds, there were definitely some examples that we thought were just wrong. The comments are equally entertaining so give those a read as well.
- Simon at LendingMemo wrote: Why Wells Fargo is Terrified of Peer to Peer Lending This is a great post about how Lending Club and Prosper are changing the P2P landscape and getting bigger lenders like Wells Fargo concerned.
- David at Prairie Eco-Thrifter wrote: 12 Things You Didn't Know You Could Recycle Self-explanatory but still this post does offer great insight into items that I never really considered recycling before.
- Deia at Nomad Wallet had a Q&A titled: Redefining Retirement: Teaching English in China with Ruth This one really hit home for me. This is a scenario we have talked about doing ourselves so it was very inspiring to read a Q&A about this exact scenario.
- Grayson at Debt Roundup wrote: Why Extreme Couponing Irks Me! Extreme couponing is too much for me as well so it was nice to see a post addressing this. Couponing can be worthwhile and it can be a complete waste of time, so it just comes down to how you value your time.
- Pauline at The Savvy Scot wrote: Savings and Debt Before Marriage: Whose Money is This? Having been married for only 1 1/2 years, this article was very interesting to me. If you are married, it would be hard not to have an opinion on this. Money is a challenging subject, especially when you factor in the debt or assets you bring to the table.
What were some of the posts you enjoyed this week?