Our Week of Vegetables and Links

Vegetarians and vegans are hardcore. Not that I was hardcore this week or anything, just that it takes an amazing amount of commitment. Kudos to you guys!

This week actually went well with the vegetarianism. You won't believe that I lost 4 pounds. Yes, in a week, four pounds. You better believe it. I didn't do anything drastic except not eat meat. I also rode my bike a lot this week and have been drinking lots of water, but I didn't change much else. I feel great and the Sailor is feeling good too.

My biggest critic of our veggie experiment was not who I thought it would be at all. It was the one person who actually gets salad when we go the buffet restaurant, my oldest daughter. She didn't even have complaints about the food. She just wanted meat. Well, she is going to have to wait. We are doing another week.

I wish I had taken pictures of our dinners because they were gorgeous and they were delicious, but I didn't think of it until now. I'll have to try and remember for next week.

Okay enough about vegetables and fruits. Sorry meat eaters.. Okay, on to the links.
JT from MoneyMamba is putting his money where his mouth is. Oh wait, I guess he is not putting his money where his mouth wants to be. I promise it will make sense if you read Do You Respect Your Money?

Lindy from Minting Nickels has a Dirty Little Secret.

Laura from I'm Losing It Here had A Not-So-Good Month With Craigslist. I think those of us who have used Craig, have all been here.

Retire by 40 interviews Hunter from Financially Consumed about his life as a Stay-At-Home-Dad/Blogger.

Please tell Annabelle she HAS to be Uhura for a frugal Halloween. Awesome dress. Check. Awesome makeup. Check. Awesome hair. Check. Really, what other criteria is there?

Have you seen Mike and Molly's House? It's a really fantastic blog about everything I love, living frugally, gardening and food, and good old fashioned storytelling. Check it out! (It's the same Molly from Molly on Money, this time she's doing the blog thang with her husband)

Erika from Newlyweds on a Budget tells How They Can Afford A Vacation On A Budget.

Sandy from Yes, I am Cheap is not happy with Bank of America and frankly I wouldn't be either. So, F*ck You, Bank of America!

On that note, I am off to all day soccer games and a piano recital and I am looking forward to all of it. No, really, I am. Hope everyone has a wonderful weekend.