Yesterday, I signed up for my second photography class, meeting every Saturday afternoon for eight weeks starting in January. I learned much from the first class I took last summer, and I have been looking for a more advanced class. My photography skills have a long way to go, and with what I consider two full-time jobs it is difficult for me to find time to practice. My goals with the class are to work on finding the “art” in the world and capturing it the way I want in the camera.
Here are some articles worth reading this weekend.
You Can Negotiate Anything. The focus of this article on Get Rich Slowly, Herb Cohen, was interviewed in September for the Consumerism Commentary Podcast. The article focuses on the main ideas behind Herb’s book, You Can Negotiate Anything.
How to Cook More, Eat Out Less. This is a perennial goal of mine that never seems to gain much traction. I feel constrained for time now, and cooking seems to take time away from me. Ordering dinner in is always quicker, particularly when I can place my order online in one browser tab while I’m writing an article in another. On this topic, also check out Save Money: Dining Out vs. Groceries Analyzed at Debt Free Adventure.
Money CAN Buy Happiness. Travel and entertainment can be expensive, so having money helps build experiences that enrich you life. But happiness has many forms, and there are plenty of experiences that can bring happiness without breaking the bank. What makes you happy?
The Consumerism Commentary Podcast is being featured on Charles Schwab’s Roth IRA home page. The featured interview focusing on Roth IRA conversions in 2010 with Schwab’s Bryan Olson was published here in September.
Don’t miss these articles:
- Excess is a Liability
- How I Helped a Friend Make His Resume Competitive
- Sad People Spend More Money
- Gift Cards: Practical or Impersonal?
Have a great weekend!
Updated May 8, 2010 and originally published December 12, 2009. If you enjoyed this article, subscribe to the RSS feed or receive daily emails. Follow @ConsumerismComm on Twitter and visit our Facebook page for more updates.