My Top 3
Jay @ Thinking Wealthy writes What Can Kid’s Movies (Particularly The Mighty Ducks) Teach Us? – Pretty self explanatory. Lesson’s we can take from kid’s movies!
Jefferson @ See Debt Run writes Pushing the Button- What it Feels Like to Quit – Making the decision to move onto the next phase in your life isn’t easy
Maria @ The Money Principle writes Five useful tips to get the best holiday value for your money – I’ve never thought of us as rich. We are a middle class family, we have above average income and a healthy net worth. But rich we are not.
Larry @ KrantCents writes Are You Tough Enough for Success? – Success is for anybody who is tough enough to withstand the ups and downs!
Monica @ Monica On Money writes The Surprising Habit That’s Making You Poor – If you are like many people, when you see all of your friends’ fabulous things and experiences, you may have felt a pang of envy.
Gretchen @ Retired by 40 writes 5 Things I Won’t Sacrifice To Get Out of Debt – I make a lot of sacrifice to get out of debt, but there are a few things I’m not willing to give up!
Dave @ Gen Y Finances writes Renting Out A Room In Your Home To Short-Term Renters Such As Through AirBnB – The other day I was watching a TV show that helped people find their next home. I can’t remember the name of it, but the people on this episode were all looking for a home that also had a guest house so that they could rent out the guest house and make some income from their property.
Cat @ Budget Blonde writes It Turns Out Kids Want to Be Millionaires – We chatted all about what people think millionaires look like, how to invest, how to buy a stock, how to resist pretty shiny things you want to buy at the mall, and why people should want to become millionaires.
Danielle @ TeacHer Finance writes 2 Simple Systems to Help you Stay on Budget – The very first, most important step in creating a personal financial plan is to have a firm understanding of your income and your expenses.
Ladder Investing @ Ladder Investing writes Can E85 Fuel Save You Money? – I look at the new trend of E85 fuel which is selling for over $1 less then unleaded gasoline!
Ben Luthi @ The Wealth Gospel writes Stepping Over a Dollar to Save a Dime – How many times have you taken the cheap route only to find out that doing so cost you more money in the end? Well I’m a master at it.
The Best of the Rest
Mario @ Adventures in Frugal writes The accident that made me glad I had travel insurance and how I purchased it – Unforeseen mishaps are a part of travel and a great argument for picking up travel insurance prior to any trip
The Jenny Pincher @ The Jenny Pincher writes How You Can Ruin Your Credit Score – There are many people out there who are ruining their credit score. Many don’t even realize they are doing it, and others don’t know what to do to reverse the damage they have already done.
724Credit @ 724 Credit writes Children Can Become Victims Of Identity Theft Too – A child’s information could be used to apply for a credit card, a loan, a mortgage (yes, that has happened before!), and so on. Below are different things to think about when it comes to children and identity theft.
Michelle @ Diversified Finances writes Learning to Say NO – What do you do when you want to start saying no in your life? Maybe you want to quit a job, free up some time in your schedule, stop getting stepped on, or get some sleep.
Alexa @ Single Moms Income writes Amazon FBA: Finding Products to Sell – Even with a whole store of stuff to go through I found it pretty hard to find really profitable products that Amazon themselves weren’t selling.
Brad @ Enemy of Debt writes Don’t Cheat Yourself By Living a Life of Half-Assity – I was painfully making my way through a 14 mile run early on a Saturday morning. I was at mile 10, and struggling to find the energy or even the desire to pick up my feet and keep running.
Natalie @ Debt and The Girl writes Charity Begins At Home – For the past year and half, I have been donating every month to a certain charity that helped women who had been victims of sex slavery.
Aaron @ Aaron Hung writes Paying Off Student Loans? Here’s What You Need to Know – When you consider that nearly 60% of the graduating class of 2011/12 have over $26,000 apiece in student loan debt, you begin to realize the depth of the student loan crisis in the United States.
Andrea @ So Over This writes Is the 10% Rule Dead? – Like almost everybody else my age, I grew up hearing ‘put 10% of your paycheck in the bank!’
Brock Kernin @ Clever Dude writes Financial Head Scratchers: Always Buy More Beer – Would anyone buy less beer for the same amount of money?
Erastus @ Wise Dollar writes Why Your Brain Is Working Against Your Wallet…And What You Can Do About It – Our brain has a funny way of tricking us into justifying poor spending habits. I share steps to follow to overcome that hurdle of mindless spending.
Anne @ Money Propeller writes Have you Heard of These People? – Here are 4 personal finance celebrities that you might want to know, along with the good and bad of their fame!
Little House @ Little House in the Valley writes Free House Plans? Yes. . .FREE! – Last year, I came across a website that offered free, small house plans, The Small House Catalog. The owners of the site at that time were building a quaint cottage called the Beekeeper’s Bungalow.
Miss T. @ Prairie Eco Thrifter writes Want to Save Money? Work with What You Have – If you want to save money, in almost any area of life, it makes sense to work with what you have rather than trying to change what you already have.
Lance Bandley @ Healthy Wealthy Income writes Yes I Admit It, I Have a Problem With Your Success in Life – Handing the success of others as they achieve amazing things in life.
Jon @ Penny Thots writes Fun Activities That Do Not Require Money – Are you living a limited budget? It doesn’t mean that you cannot have a great time. I share with you fun activities that do not involve any money.
Brad @ How to Save Money writes Make Money Selling on Ebay – Increase your budget by selling on Ebay
Mario @ Debt BLAG writes The free app that lets you download FREE, unlimited ebooks and audiobooks — OverDrive – If your library has signed up, you can download unlimited ebooks and audiobooks through the OverDrive app; here’s how