Thanks all for your readership, loyalty, and support. I’m now a quarter century + 1, a.k.a. super old.
//Little Caesars Coupon//
And here’s the only gift I can give Readers to mark this auspicious occasion. Well, all of you who are Canadian and who happen to enjoy Little Caesars. It’s a $1.99 Crazy Bread + Crazy Sauce combo coupon. I found this coupon last Friday, and it’s supposed to be good until April 15th. When I found this deal, I tweeted it at GroceryAlerts and Mrs. January so they could share it with their much larger audiences. If somebody else had found this coupon, I’d want to know about it immediately. I’ve only used it three times thus far.
//Old Dog, Old Tricks//
The fridge in the middle is a great deal at $399. But that’s only if you purchase it with a slightly overpriced dishwasher and an INSANELY expensive stove. My question is: who falls for this stuff?
Courtesy of loyal Reader Gene.
ObsoleteIndustry.com (an initiative of the International Fund for Animal Welfare)
1. I shared this Zen Family Habits article in my post about dealing with stress, but it was kind of hidden. So I’ve shared it again. It’s a list of great tips for how to simplify your life. There’s nothing Earth-shattering in the list and I usually hate these sorts of posts but I found it to be valuable insofar as it’s a large compilation of solid ideas.
2. Canuck Business is a blog about Canadian taxes written by a tax preparer named James. He presents an individual, useful insight in each post. The idea that first caught my eye was about foreign currency income. Apparently a taxpayer can choose one of two methods for calculating the Canadian equivalent of such income. Choosing the correct calculation can reduce a person’s tax liability.