So… one chapter in my life has come to a close and another is about to begin. As of yesterday, May 7th, my days as the IT Manager at WDA are over, and my days as a Technical Consultant (and future Technical Sales Rep) for ASK are set to begin on May 17th. What will I do during the 10 day interim? Good question.
I will start by celebrating Mother’s Day with all four of my mom’s. That’s right, both my and my wife’s parents are divorced and remarried – so we have been blessed with double parents.
Next I will start my garden. We have a lot of weeding and clean up to do and I need to replace one of our rain barrels that froze and broke over the winter – yeah, I know… I should’ve disconnected them last Autumn – live and learn. I need to install one more garden box, and I’m excited to use the vermicompost from my worm farm to fertilize this Spring.
Another thing I have to do is aerate my lawn. If you have never bought a new home that needed a lawn installed… I do not recommend it. Do whatever you can to avoid having to put one in yourself, it is much more work and trouble than you might first suppose. That said, it is nice to look at it and know that we were the ones who installed it. After aerating I’ll toss down a bit more seed and wait for the May showers to do their work.
Oh, and I almost forgot… I will also be putting our home up for sale FSBO style and greatly downsizing my wardrobe – stay tuned for detailed posts forthcoming.
There are some other things I will do too, one of them will be to relax, enjoy my time off, and get caught up on writing articles for Debt Free Adventure! And now… on to this week’s link rally.
Link rally for this week
- Do It Yourself Debt Settlement by Garrett Driscoll
- 14 DIY Ways to Make Mom’s Day Memorable by Mr. Free Stuff
- Disposable Diapers Vs. Cloth Diapers by Craig Ford @ Money Help For Christians
- The Essential Guide to First Time Home Buyer Loans by Jason @ Redeeming Riches
- Different Types of Insurance: Do You Have What You Need? by PT @ PT Money
- Suburban Garden Experiment – May ‘10 Update by Kyle @ Suburban Dollar
- Stop the Spiral of Debt Part 1 by Jeff @ Deliver Away Debt
- Stop the Spiral of Debt Part 2 by Jeff @ Deliver Away Debt
- iPad 3G vs iPad WiFi – An Extensive Comparison Including Battery Life by TopiPadResource
- Vanguard Mutual Funds vs. ETFs: Which Are Better? by Jim @ Bargaineering
- Seven Easy Steps to Your Dream Job by Trent @ The Simple Dollar
- When Will the Housing Market Recover? by Nickel @ Five Cent Nickel
- Doing A Zero Based Budget Will Lead To Found Money by Peter @ Bible Money Matters
- The One-Year Wardrobe Project by JD Roth @ Get Rich Slowly
- Dave Ramsey Gives Bad Investment Advice by Mike @ Oblivious Investor
- Installing Spray Foam Insulation Video by Fred @ One Project Closer
- Insurance Companies Work for Shareholders, Not Customers by Flexo @ Consumerism Commentary
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