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Crisp Fall and Banging Radiator Roundup

I don’t know about elsewhere, but here in DC the weather is finally cooling down and I’m thrilled about it. I think that the banging radiators are affecting my sleep cycle, but I’ll get used to it. We get ours fixed by maintenance, but apparently others in the building don’t care as much.

This Sunday’s Frugal Hacks post is a frugal tip for replacing lost library books. I’m convinced that every serious library patron has lost or will lose at least one item in their lifetime. I’ve already lost two, but then I’m a heavy user. I also saved money on replacing them, and not because I work there!

And here are some other lovely posts I discovered this last week:

Radiator courtesy of cwbuecheler.


Patrick October 19, 2008 at 10:57 am

Our library has a policy of not accepting exchanges or replacements for lost items, they want the money in return. I’m not sure if they will waive that policy though, and I don’t want to find out! 😉

I think P2P lending is an interesting topic and will become much larger in the coming months – especially if banks reduce the amount of lending they are willing to do. There are always people looking to make money and P2P can be a good way to do that.

Thanks for the mentions. 🙂

Frugal Trenches October 20, 2008 at 12:46 pm

Thank you for the lovely mention! Truth be told the whole experience still brings tears to my eyes occasionally!

Looking forward to reading more of your blog!

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