Aloha Friday!

Friday, 12 September 2008


In Hawaii, Aloha Friday is the day that we take it easy and look forward to the weekend. So I thought on Fridays I would take it easy on posting too. Therefore, I’ll ask a simple question for you to answer. Nothing that requires a lengthy response.

If you would like to participate, just post your own question on your blog and leave the link below. Don’t forget to visit the other participates! It’s a great way to make new bloggy friends!

This weeks question:

If you had $500 residual income starting next month for the rest of your life, how would you spend it?

12 comments:

Jen E said...

I know this is silly but my first thought was "get a DVR" really. It'd be the first thing. The rest would go to saving for a house, retirement plan, etc. Boring smart stuff.

Amy-Happy Momma said...

Personally, it is my goal to create $500 of residual income for our family within the next 6 months. I know it will be work, but it is possible. (If you are interested, ask me how and I will send you a personal email)

With the $500. I would like to put $100 into savings. Put another $100 aside for road trips. Use $200 towards dance and gymnastics for our children. And use the last $100 for CAREFULLY spent "free" money. You know those things you see on sale-art, clothing, shoes etc. that are the little extras. :D

Aloha Friday Everyone!

~TAMY 3 Sides of Crazy~ said...
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~TAMY 3 Sides of Crazy~ said...

Retirement Fund!

Christine@AreWeThereYetMom said...

Savings for my childrens' college tuition.

TheAngelForever said...

I would put at least half it it into retirement investment. The rest would be for college funds for our boys and vacation money.

Have a great weekend.

Sage and Savvy said...

preschool tuition! it's so expensive!

Kathy said...

Well I know for the first few years I would help fund my brother's trip on Mercy Ships! Then it would go toward retirement.

Tara said...

Probably Savings! Maybe clothes lol

Aloha Monkey said...

I'd use part of it on music lessons for my boys, and invest the rest.

Tena said...

I would safe it for emergency and or retirement. Dh and I got married young, and had babies right away, when they are older we would love to be able to travel the world together.

Not Your Aunt Bea said...

Pay everything off- credit card debt, student loans (from grad school which was crazy expensive), car, mortgage. Then I would save half for retirement/college and half for traveling.