Okay, I give up. I'm not calling it the Saturday Roundup anymore, because I'm not doing a very good job of getting them out on Saturdays. It is going to be the Weekend Roundup now.
I found so much good stuff this week, I could hardly choose:
Doug Warshauer writes at Free From Broke: An Against the Grain Approach to Prioritizing Your Savings. I think Doug is on to something important here - where do you fall on this issue?
On the same note, 6 Ways to Stretch a Meal at Live Real, Now gives great ideas for making the most of your food and using leftovers. I sort of use most of these ideas, but I'm going to try to stretch it even further now. I especially like the rice idea - I think you can add rice to just about anything and I intend to start trying.
An interesting article on a new twist on credit scores: Are You Ready for the Credit Bureaus to Estimate Your Income? at Personal Dividends. I'm not sure if this is good or bad, but I am super curious to learn how they calculate this "estimated income." The math fascinates me.