100 Super Cool Points if you can tell me what movie that was from? You’re totally looking this up on Google right now, aren’t you?
Well the Christmas/Holiday season is in full swing, and I have to say like years past, so far I’m just not “feelin'” December. Don’t get me wrong, I’m really happy that work is great this month, but I’m a little too much all work and no play. My normal movie and beach volleyball buddies all seem to be out of town, so the things that usually balance me aren’t quite happening, although I do hope to squeeze in time for both this weekend.
I hate this disconnected feeling. You’d think this month would make me feel warm and fuzzy, but it seems everyone is kind of all over the place. I really hope this feeling changes.
In positive news, this month should be pretty decent income wise, and I also finished editing my new segment for BATB TV, which I’m really excited to share with you…but you’ll have to wait until it’s a little closer to Christmas.
In the meantime, please enjoy these great posts from this past week!
I posted three articles in Healthy, Fit, and Frugal this week:
Bad Days (geez I’m a barrel of laughs, aren’t I?)
I also had a new post at Debt and the Girl called Black is the New Red
LifeHacker talks about How Long to Nap for the Biggest Brain Benefits. I’ve been getting in some 20 minute power naps this week.
Laurie at The Fugal Farmer: Your Family “Traits”: Which Will You Choose to Follow? I’m trying to unlearn the overreacting trait I learned from my dad. “I learned it from watching YOU DAD!” heh heh
Kari from Student Debt Survivor: My Real Housewives of NJ Best Friend. Sadly I’ve had this happen.
Stefanie from The Broke and Beautiful Life guest posted at See Debt Run: The Danger of “I Deserve This” Thinking. I know I’ve said those words myself.
Karen from Makin’ the Bacon posted on Suburban Finance: Frugality At Its Finest. It’s not about what you earn, it’s about what you save. OK and what you earn.
Michelle from Fit is the New Poor: Health on the Cheap: Yoga. I need to get back to doing some yoga.
Wendy from Girl Meets Debt: One Year Blogiversary: 99 Problems but This Girl’s Debt Ain’t One of Them! Happy Blogiversary!
Catherine from Plunged in Debt: What Is The Difference Between A Banana? Totally with you Catherine!
Erin from Red Debted Stepchild: It’s My Money, I’ll Eat Out If I Want To. I like a girl who can express her opinion!
In case you didn’t Google that movie line, it comes from Adventures in Babysitting. I loved that movie!
Since you’re not allowed to leave until you’ve sung the blues, what’s troubling you right now?