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On the path to money enlightenment

June 3rd, 2007 at 05:43 am

HI All

It has been awhile since I posted. Many things have been happening.

1. DH got a new job. He is working for the police department as a automotive tech. Good pay and not so bad benefits. The hours could be the only sucky part about it. We won't know his true "regular" hours until he is done with training.

2. Since that has happened I have come to the realization that I can end my merchandising/mystery shopping. It was good when I needed it but now I can spend my time toward better money pursuits.

3. Have been going to the farmers market and getting some fresh produce so that I can preserve it for future use.

4. Also working on creating more items. Been going through the stash of craft supplies and DH has been going through his stuff. Right now I have taken out enough items to piece together a wall quilt.

Well that is all the rambling for now. I will be back.

3 Responses to “On the path to money enlightenment”

  1. homebody Says:

    Hurray for DH's new job. He better keep those police cars running well! I quilt too and am waiting for my OD to be done with my Bernina so I can get back to it (she's a quilter too and has baby quilts to get made for friends).

  2. Amber Says:

    Congrats to your hubby, good luck on the wall unit

  3. disneysteve Says:

    Re: #3. Be sure to compare prices. I posted elsewhere that I've been to our local farmer's markets and found that many items are more expensive than at the supermarket. Don't just assume you are saving money. Also, watch out for different unit pricing. At the store, zucchini is $.99/pound. At the farm market, they are $.75 each, so you need to know how much they weigh to determine if it is a good deal or not.

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