All Wrapped Up — Dec. 8


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Our Freaking Budget Weekly Wrap-Up

Big weekend plans? Us too! Not really. Our weekend plans now consist of us deciding what we’re NOT going to do. We’re not going to wake up early, we’re not going to go to Walmart. Ok, we’ll got to Walmart, but we’re not going to shower beforehand. Man, we are carpe-diem’ing the crap out of life. To be fair, Joanna’s eight months pregnant, so we’ll chalk our laziness up to the baby human.

Tune of the week

 

Joanna’s Johnny’s
Winter Song by Sara Bareilles & Ingrid Michaelson on Grooveshark Snow Day by matt pond PA on Grooveshark

Deal of the week

Vintage glider and ottoman set for baby’s nursery — $30 on Craigslist

Days until Our Freaking Baby is due

28 days

Fave posts

Here’s some stuff that made us smarter this week:

Catherine at Plunged in Debt makes us wonder if there’s a particular moment that might have changed our financial destiny.

Michelle at See Debt Run made us like Home Depot even more.

Roo at NeonFresh is really, really funny. And savvy. She’s got killer advice for work-at-homers.

Are you smarter than a fifth grader? Not Tori. See why she’s so awesome at Enemy of Debt.

Feel terrible, like I did (in a good way), after reading how Punch Debt in the Face is giving back this Christmas.

Have a swell weekend.

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  • Reply Roo Ciambriello // NiceGirlNotes December 8, 2012 at 12:31 pm

    Thanks for including me in a pretty great lineup, guys. :)

  • Reply Catherine December 8, 2012 at 6:30 pm

    Thanks for including me! I remember how difficult it was waddling around at 8mos pregnant-getting groceries was exhausting! Funnily enough Walmart was our first baby outing. The day after being discharged from the hospital we went to walmart since I was going stir crazy from lack of movement (a week in bed post-op from c/sec). I wanted to see the world and better place than to be entertained at walmart :)

    • Reply Johnny December 8, 2012 at 7:28 pm

      I’m glad we’re not the only ones that consider going to Walmart a form of entertainment.

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