Save. Spend. Splurge.

In the world of Save. Spend. Splurge.


What I liked this week:

I LOVE her clothes so I’m not surprised that Victoria Beckham was named Britain’s top boss

Great list of PF resolutions compiled for your perusing; mine this year is to save $250/day in net income / actual savings for $100,000 in net savings at the end of the year. On average of course. I don’t work every day of the year, nor even from year to year.


  • Revanche

    So many gross people … ! I hate all catcallers with a passion.

    Thanks for the link 🙂

  • MelD

    Just can’t stand the Beckham woman, for goodness sake, smile!!! Whatever.

    Toys: gosh. I had a no.10 viewmaster and in fact, I still do and occasionally pick up retro discs if I come across them (from the 40s/50s9. Something I got from an older (German) cousin. Also the no. 1 Lego – she and my uncle, who were close in age, had house-building Lego from the late 50s/early 60s and I loved it when I was there. Didn’t have it at home.
    no.2 Barbie – I wasn’t allowed Barbie until I was nearly 10 but was allowed a Sindy that wasn’t quite so extreme (but also an 11″ doll) a bit before that. My granny made beautiful clothes for her.
    I had a Rubik’s later on as a teen, it wasn’t a long-term toy, but I don’t think I even know the other toys, though I had heard of the Cabbage Patch dolls, which I think are totally weird…
    The best toys my grandkids love are Legos and some plain wood blocks (like Jenga) that they build a stack of stuff with!!

  • Ksenija

    I love your weekly round-ups. I know there will always be something intreating & not fluffy to read.

  • Liquid

    Victoria Beckham also has one of the best smiles I’ve seen on anyone. 😀
    Thanks for linking back to my post.

  • Bridget

    The last article is the best:

    “Any advice for young filmmakers?
    Marry rich.”


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