Just some odds and ends this morning. The beautiful weather we had yesterday didn’t last as storms rolled in last night, but at least this time there are no limbs down nor damage to the property here! The news says Oklahoma, Missouri, and Arkansas got hit yet again with tornadoes, so I plan to donate a bit to the Red Cross tomorrow, including a pint of blood if I have tomorrow night off work. I’d love it if those of y’all here in the States would join me on this.
Carnival of Financial Goals Readers’ Choice(s)
I didn’t get a whole lot of response on this (?) so the Readers’ Choice was a four-way tie. Here are the four financial goals posts that got votes from last week’s Carnival of Financial Goals:
- The Zen and Art of Coupon Clipping from Nicole at Breaking Even
- Create Your Own Dollar Plan: Step 1 from Madison at My Dollar Plan
- Making Goals Adaptable from Brice Hogan of Financial Zip
- The Importance of Savings Goals from Alison of This Wasn’t in the Plan
Big thanks to all the carnival entrants and to those of y’all who voted for them!
Magazines for Military Troops
Reader Sheila emailed me to let me know about a couple of websites that provide magazine subscriptions to active duty military folks, and give you the ability to donate a subscription for just $10! I hadn’t heard of it, and neither has hubby, so a big thanks to Sheila for calling this to our attention
If you are active duty military, you can start up a wish list of magazine subscriptions at Subs4Servicemembers. If you would like to donate a subscription to an active duty military servicemember, the website is Subs4Soldiers. Sheila says:
People who know a serviceperson can select that particular serviceperson. But otherwise, the donors and recipients remain anonymous … What better way to celebrate memorial day than by giving to someone on active duty?
Well said, Sheila! And thank you for the heads-up.