Cheap Reads!

Cheap Reads!

Today I found some really great book links on the Get Rich Slowly blog. Daily Lit sends you a piece of a public domain book in your Email every day, every weekday or every other day, whichever you choose. A very nice way to read up on your classics. Bookins allows you to read cheap, and keep your clutter at bay. For 3.99 for shipping you can get any book on the site. If you have books you want to get rid of, you can print out a postage sticker, and send out your old books for free. I have not tried the service yet, but it sounds fantastic. EDIT: removed the referral link. Sorry. I didn't realize that unpaid referrals were prohibited. And, EDIT2: I was unaware there are cheaper bookswaps out there. Apparently, there is one that does it for $2 a book. Paperbackswap.com seems to be the way to go. EDIT 3: However, paperbackswap charges you to send out books, while with Bookins you can send out your books for free. It seems that Bookins is a better option for those of us who have books to get rid of, while paperbackswap is a cheaper option.

Photos From my Garden

Photos From my Garden

Fruits of our labor

Fruits of our labor

Cactus ID

Cactus ID

Ikea Couches

Ikea Couches

well, not my room…but my apartment.

well, not my room…but my apartment.

what to do with magazines??

what to do with magazines??