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Better money day, Money Magazine

December 18th, 2005 at 05:19 pm

I went to Brooks to pick up my beloved KASHI cereal, which was on sale for 2/$5. Good thing I was watching the register, because they rang up at the regular price of $3.49. I was buying some other items, and since I'm not terribly quick with adding things up in my head on the spot, I might not have noticed if I hadn't been paying attention. (A few years ago I probably wouldn't even have thought to pay attention.)

I picked up Money magazine, which wiped out my cereal savings. A new subscription goes for $10/year, and I'm thinking of ordering it after the new year. Several financial bloggers recommend it, and the few times I've read it it's had generally useful info (though I might not use it to pick stocks). Anyone here read it or have anything else to recommend?

I had four no-spend days last week before my spree at CVS yesterday. (At least none of the items were impulse purchases--believe it or not, everything I bought was on a list!) Smile

1 Responses to “Better money day, Money Magazine”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Before you subscribe to Money Magazine, check them out online- http://money.cnn.com/ I check out the site almost every day. The site is free, they have great articles, and if there's a particular area you're interested in (insurance, autos, etc.) it's really easy to find what you're looking for. I also look at Smart Money and Kiplingers, though Money Magazine is my favorite. $10 saved is $10 saved.

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