Link love (Powered by cold feet and Bones)

I know I just posted about the importance of giving, but it’s hard to muster up money and motivation to give to an acquaintance – who has lived the most privileged life you can imagine – who is now fundraising to go overseas on a charity mission. Just saying.

I’m a bad person.

Linky time

Thanks to American Debt Project for hosting the latest Totally Money carnival (I’m an editor’s pick!)

And Nerd Wallet for hosting the Carnival of Personal Finance (I’m in there with my post on charitable giving)

Susannah Breslin busts three myths about working from home.

Life, Etc talks blog envy, and features me in her latest Life as a Pie post

Some advice on talking to people who’ve recently lost loved ones, via Jessie’s Money

A timely post for me at Makeunder My Life about the reality of relationships – I guess the key is lowering your standards to be more realistic, without going too far.

Walking in Heels shared lessons learned from a decade of driving and dating

Brutally honest. Redhead Writing on admitting your fears

The dark side of budgeting is a scary place. I’ve been there (via The Happy Homeowner)

Lies that TV tells us, at Twenties Hacker

An expat’s lament, from Musings of an Inappropriate Woman

This (nail on the head) Editorialiste post made me depressed about my industry

On a happier note: Butter ice cream! Hungry and Frozen is a girl after my own heart

Or how about these chocolate swirl buns at Smitten Kitchen?

And finally, one of my favourite this week: Neurotic Workaholic’s post, When I was a kid…

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