I met my daughter near UCLA yesterday for some tea and laughs. We always have fun together – at least she still laughs at my jokes…and that, my friends, is a rare find these days.
While we were together, I couldn’t help but notice all the people walking around with their noses in their cell phones. A few students were even doing so while crossing the street. Other people were texting while driving. Not only is this a profound waste of opportunities to drink in all the wonderful things going on around, it’s also deadly dangerous. This behavior could really hurt lots of innocent people, so let’s not be so selfish. OK?
So, for this weekend, stomp out your cell phone – at least when you go outside. I’m going to do it. I’m even considering getting rid of the internet coverage on my phone.
On to the Pilgrim Links:
Financial Highway – Deferral of RRSP Income – a must for our Canadian Pilgrims
RRSP Home Buyers Program – Borrow your house down payment from your RRSP
Invest It Wisely – Investing in Oil
My Dollar Plan – How Budget Protests Impact Family Finances
Consumer Boomer – Baby Boomers and Healthcare Needs
Studenomics – Out of College and Dead Broke
Amateur Asset Allocator provides some insights into the premarital money talk.
Momvesting discusses account types.
Best of Money – Last Week
Carnival of Wealth – Last Week