Monday, July 10, 2006

Woo carnival!

The Carnival of Personal Finance, edition 56, is up at The Real Returns. I contributed an article about how much my guinea pigs have cost. (I suspect that it is much cheaper than other kinds of unplanned pregnancy.)

My favorite post:

Money and Values writes about whether it's actually worth it to do those hourly wage calculations which invariably tell you that you are worth 10 kajllion dollars an hour. The problem is that when you're on salary, you can't get an extra hour at work. Bums. I used to work exclusively hourly and that really ruled, I think. When I needed more money, I'd just make some more. It was like shaking the money tree.

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