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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We love to debate minutiae about diet and exercise because it absolves us from having to do anything. (I Will Teach You To Be Rich)
A frugal food blogger feels guilty because she breaks some of her own frugality rules. (Frugal Healthy Simple)
The horror! Not only is "German Chocolate Cake" an American invention, so is Swiss Miss Cocoa! (Accidental Hedonist)
Tips to maintain a consistent family dinner routine when your kids are busy with sports and other activities. (Dad Cooks Dinner)
Muffins that Taste Like Donuts. (Tasty Kitchen via Pioneer Woman Cooks)
Intriguing and surprisingly easy: Grilled Marinated Tofu on the Barbie. (economii via @vegtv)
More easy recipes for the grill: Grilled Marinated Korean Chicken. (A Mingling of Tastes)
Challenge that tiny boss inside your head. (Sparky Firepants)
A simple, mindful exercise to help reduce lower back pain. (Ombailamos)
A free (free!) PDF that contains the full text of The Essays of Warren Buffet: Lessons for Corporate America. If you put the time into reading this surprisingly entertaining 219 page book, you'll find literally thousands (if not millions) of dollars' worth of investing advice. (Monitor Investimentos)
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