We went to get our taxes done this morning and now, of course, I'm consumed with all things financial after getting some very bad news.
I like to complain about the expenses associated with running: the not-cheap technology that is suddenly a "must have"; the never-on-sale running shoes; the exorbitant race fees just to earn a technical t-shirt (that serves as free marketing for the organizations you overpaid!); and the visits to health care providers to fix us when we go too far for too long.
But apparently running (and many other forms of exercise) may actually keep us from overspending.
So while I figure out how to take out a McMansion-sized mortgage and adopt three children before the next tax bill is due, consider listening at your leisure to this Marketplace Money report: Sweating out bad spending habits.