I'll be traveling for work for a couple days, and may or may not be able to post during that time. In the meantime, some more great posts I've come across lately:
- Him at Make Love Not Debt points out that When it comes to giving, time is often worth more than money. I've been thinking quite a bit about the relative importance of giving time and money recently, and almost tried to incorporate it directly into my giving plan (but then decided I just needed to finish the darn thing!).
- At Get Rich Slowly, J.D. ponders Organic Produce: Price and Ethics. Key quote: "The poor need to buy what is cheapest. The wealthy can buy whatever they please. But how do the rest of us balance sound financial choices with our personal principles? Is there a middle ground?" Again, something I've been thinking about a lot lately.
- And at Personal Finance Advice, there's Lack of sleep costs me money -- one of those posts where you read it and think "That is so true! Man, why didn't I think of writing this?"