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Dishwasher Decision

Dishwasher Decision

Well, we made a decision about our rusty and busted dishwasher. My
husband was able to find parts for it very inexpensively, so we
only spent about $45 on parts instead of $500-$700 on a
new replacement. I’m very happy with the decision, especially because it means we can put (eventual) new carpet at the top of the list instead. I’m happy at the prospect of even FUTURE new carpet.

Normally, I’d go on to this week’s links at this point, but first I’d
like to remind you to consider taking my anonymous 5-question
survey. Click here to go to the survey. For those of you who have taken it already, thanks so much! I appreciate it and have enjoyed the feedback.

And now for those links:

The Weakonomist wants to know, what kind of saver are you? (I’m probably a sweeper, with a little bit of CPA.)

Realm of Prosperity describes the infomercial copycat method of debt reduction, which is an interesting idea.

Wealth Pilgrim runs a series called secrets financial advisors never tell. (That’s the link to the first post in the series.)

Frugal Bachelor figures up the contents of his one liter life.

Millionaire Mommy Next Door muses on being outwardly simple and inwardly rich.

The New York Times has a great piece on the women’s crusade.

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