Here's yet another selection of interesting links from around the internet. As always, I welcome your thoughts and your feedback.
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Fifty (that's right, fifty!) healthy foods costing less than $1 a pound. And yet people still try to convince me that healthy food has to be expensive. (Wisebread)
Six ways to conserve water and save money this summer. (Family Balance Sheet)
Don't let yourself get discouraged by a few bad eating days. (344 Pounds)
Accepting the struggle with emotional eating. (Honoring Health)
Pure genius: How to make Hot Dog People. (The Family Kitchen, via 5 Second Rule)
An easy and healthy version of Elote Loco (Mexican-style Grilled Corn) that you can make at home. (The Michelin Project)
They may sound weird, but they taste so good they require a disclaimer: Potato Chip Cookies. (Buns in My Oven)
Why parents hate parenting. Hint: it's not why you think. (The Last Psychiatrist)
Why "being the best you can be" in your work setting is society's greatest lie. (Early Retirement Extreme)
How your company can survive a social media disaster--for example, like when two rogue employees blow snot onto their customer's food and upload the video to Youtube. (Open Forum)
Staying cool for less in the summer heat. (Almost Frugal)
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