Well it’s a long weekend for Canadian Thanksgiving. I sure don’t mind having a long weekend again. After working from home for about a year I was missing out on the joys of having that extra day off. When you work from home it’s really just another day of work. Well there are work at home jobs where you still get long weekends, but not when you’re not quite working full time and you’re going all out on your blog.
This weekend I’ll be sure to take some time to relax and not worry about fitting in work. In fact I’m writing this post on Thursday night to ensure that happens. Once I’m done this post I hope to hammer out my Monday post. Or maybe I’ll get lazy and schedule one of the guest posts in the queue.
I’ve actually got a bunch of plans lined up for the weekend. I’m trying to con my friend and his girlfriend into baking a turkey. There’s a good chance the turkey won’t happen, but my girlfriend and I will still honor them with our presence I’ll hold up my end of the bargain and bring the pumpkin pie. I’m just not sure if that goes with sushi if that’s what we resort to. In all honesty sushi actually sounds better than turkey. I do love eating a big turkey drumstick caveman style though.
We’re also planning on making a day-trip up to Whistler to visit my sister and do the tourist thing. It’s been a while since I’ve gone up there, but it always makes for a good weekend getaway. We would stay longer than a day but arranging for a cat sitter is a bit of a hassle. I realize people would rather enjoy their long weekend rather than committing to feed someone’s spoiled cats.
Favorite Posts On Other Blogs
In case you don’t have much planned this weekend, here is some reading to keep you busy:
Are Pets Good for Your Finances? on When Life Gives You Lemons
5 Questions to ask when buying a condo on Outlier Model
Tips on Saving for College on Club Thrifty
5 Ways to Ensure You’re Frugal During Winter on Money Smart Guides
How to Play the Credit Card Game and Beat the System on Work Save Live
The Stock Market Rally – Did You Miss It, Should You Care? on The Chicago Financial Planner
The Real Costs of Moving in Together on Mo Money Mo Houses
What Is the Difference Between a Mortgage Lender vs a Mortgage Broker? on Canadian Budget Binder
Find Financial Safety With an Emergency Fund on Frugal Rules
How much are you ready to give to your job? on Reach Financial Independence
Why I Am Not Refinancing My Mortgage on iHeart Budgets
How To Get Out of Unemployment Depression on Pelican On Money
3 Easy Steps to Get Physically and Financially Fit on Street Smart Finance
How to Manage and Prioritize Your Time Better on Young Adult Money
Rental Property Series: How Much Did It Cost? on Eyes On The Dollar
The Common Cents of The Latte Factor on This Is Common Cents
An Afternoon of Fun For Only $5 on The Family Finances
Too Rich to Care About the Cost of Milk on Savvy Scot
Common Home Buying Mistakes on One Smart Dollar
Some perfectly legal ways to maximize your rental profits on Fix Em Out Rent Em Out
You think term always beats whole life insurance? Think again! on My Own Advisor
What’s your thoughts on doing blog work on the weekend? I know some of you prefer to take a complete break from work during the weekend, while some of you seem to keep working hard. Is a long weekend any different?