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Pagan savings challenge, week forty-three: not a dollar short

A day late, yes, but never a dollar short!  That's what I get for making my weekly savings contribution on Sundays; it was a relaxing day when I picked it, but now it's packed full of worship and a nine-hour work shift.  I performed my duties to the money spirits, but did not record that fact here.

Speaking of worship, mine yesterday was occupied by Poseidon Asphaleios, since I'd just written a hymn honoring Poseidon the Securer.  Building a stable foundation is what the Pagan savings challenge is all about, at least it is for me.  It's working, too:  while I save for a fireplace insert, other factors are at work to make my family more secure in its heating.  Thanks to a state loan program, our house will soon have insulation, after spending its first ninety years without any.  Pretty amazing for a home in the northeast.

My week forty-three savings: $946, 4.5% ($43) of which I added today.

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Terence P Ward is a business writer and journalist who blogs under the rather cumbersome moniker of True Pagan Warrior.  He can generally be found at home, tending to his gardens and the many demands of his cats; in the alternative, follow TPW on Facebook. 

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