Why the title Sweet Savage Love? I love cheezy romance novels. Love them. Love them with the passion of a thousand suns. I love them so much that I collect them. So I’ll also include my favourite cheezy romance novel title of the week. This has absolutely nothing to do with personal finance at all – but it’s fun.
Posts from this Week
Blog Carnivals Kind Enough to Feature Me
Sweet Savage (Link) Love
Matt at Mom and Dad Money shared Bad for the Budget. But Good for the Soul. He points out that saving money is important but there’s a time and a place for spending!
Tonya at Budget and the Beach reminisces about The Simplicity of Summer. She talks about the simple things that made your world go around as a child. Ice cream man!
Jen at the Happy Homeowner write about the Importance of Taking Action and Remaining Positive. She’s had her fair share of setbacks lately and she talks about how she’s stayed strong through it all.
Jacob over at I heart budgets keeps it real with Cut the Crap. A direct and to the point wake-up call for people to truly think through what’s important to them.
Laurie from the Frugal Farmer gives good advice on avoiding the pitfalls of How and Why You Should Get Out of Debt: Part 3 Staying the Course
Thomas at Your Daily Finance gives his honest take on Damn Kids are Expensive and Eating All My Food. A mini-rant about the vortex of time, energy, and resources are little bundles of joy can be at times. Awesome!
Avg Joe Money at Stacking Benjamins give us a straightforward overview of planning ahead with Planning your future? Sketch out your Goals.
Cheezy Romance Book of the Week: The Sheikh’s Impatient Virgin
Set up against her will as a potential Arabian queen for the notorious Sheikh Karim, unworldly Eva has a plan to deter the desert king. She will convince him she’s a modern, sexually experienced woman–and definitely not marriage material–even though she is really still a virgin.
However, the next thing she knows, Eva’s become a bride! And her new husband is having a startling effect on her….She finds herself increasingly impatient; could it be that shy Eva is curious about what lies ahead in the sheikh’s marriage bed?
Happy weekend readers!