Even though it’s the middle of September, the weather has been great here in Southern California. It’s actually been almost too hot, with temperatures close to 100 degrees last week. When I played golf the other day it was 95 degrees out, way too hot; plus I don’t like to sweat when I’m playing golf. I figured the heat would let up this week though, since I finally broke down and got my A/C tuned up last weekend for $245. Since then, the temperature has steadily been decreasing, figures.
I’m still trying to decide if it’s worth it to get the iPhone 5 or not. I was pretty disappointed with what they unveiled. I’m not sure what I was expecting but I was hoping there would be some new feature that would wow me. At $200 plus $50 in taxes(what the heck’s up with that?) plus a 2 year contract, I’m not sure if it’s worth it. I have my jailbroken iPhone 4 so my phone already has a lot of the features that the new iPhone 5 has. Did anyone else notice that most of the new iPhone 5 features were solely software updates and not hardware? I’m thinking about switching to a Samsung S3, so I’d love to hear anyone’s opinion on the matter.
Work hasn’t been too busy this summer so I’ve had plenty of time to work on the blog and develop some relationships with other bloggers. And speaking of iPhones, I even had time to submit a guest post on Modest Money: How My Credit Card’s Purchase Protection Plan Saved My iPhone 4. Check it out!
I’ve read some really great articles over the past couple weeks too so I thought I’d share a few:
Some of My Favorite September Posts
Putting the 1% Into Perspective on Freedom Thirty Five Blog
Redefining Retirement on Married With Debt
With Blog Networking It’s Not What You Know, It’s Who You Know on Modest Money
What the One Percent Buy at Disney World on Money Life and More
Is It Ethical to Buy at Flea Markets? on Add Vodka
My Dance With Credit Card Debt (And How I Got Out of it) on Frugal Rules
Go Green and Save Money with Energy Efficient Appliances on Prairie Eco-Thrifter
Should You Let Your Employer Know About Your Side Business? on Faithful With a Few
How Can a College Student Build Credit? on Young Adult Finances
Pork Belly or Sausage on Planting Our Pennies
One Year Without A Smartphone on Budget Blonde
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-Harry @ PF Pro
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