I’ve always admired people who think of better ways to do things. Innovation requires a problem solving, can-do mindset, and competition is an excellent way to bring about this creativity.
The Punkin Chunkin annual contest is an excellent example. Propelling this orange vegetable as far as possible encourages team work and forces those that engage to draw upon all their ingenuity to win. This friendly adversity brings out the best in us.
Promoting creativity doesn’t always have to be as extreme as the space race. Oregon Manifest promotes two-wheeled innovation in bicycle design and construction. Enjoy this video and see what they came up with.
The Yakezie Network of financial and lifestyle bloggers promotes creativity every day. Here’s some of the best articles from last week.
Money Q & A identifies 7 Ways Not To Go Into Debt This Christmas
Money Spruce is a supporter of going local, Small Business Saturday – Spending in Support of Local Businesses
Budgeting In The Fun Stuff rationalizes shopping, spending, deals, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday…so much to think about.
Your Finances Simplified points out How To Productively Use Failure
101 Centavos applies market gardening to personal finance with eloquent success.
Money Reasons justifies eating roadkill. Some might consider this to be an extreme money-saving measure.
My Multiple Streams learns valuable PayPal lessons while planning Thanksgiving dinner.
20′s Finances relates being thankful to personal finances.
Untemplater asks us to examine our choices. This is an excellent read, and forces an introspective look at where we want to take ourselves. Highly Recommended!
My Journey To Millions questions conventional wisdom on retirement account withdrawal rates. Powerful argument.
Funancials points out that Democrats Are Richer Than Republicans. I bet you didn’t know that!
Krantcents paves the road towards Planning For Your Next Career. Be ready, it’s coming.
Family Money Values challenges us to think about the type of legacy we want to leave. What’s Your Legacy?
Prairie Eco Thrifter shows how we can all be Frugal Shoppers.
Free Money Wisdom points out 5 Ways People Waste Money On Their Cars.
Master The Art Of Saving. You’re either for or against TV in the bedroom. Which are you? I’m not opposed to it, but we don’t have one there. Enjoy this post: TVs, Harry Potter & Bedroom Activities