Welcome readers to this roundup and link love edition. Let’s see the articles that caught my attention past week.
Good Reads and Reviews in Blogosphere
Slippery Slope of Separate Money at Evolving PF.
Cult of money talks about Blogging as a Business run by venture capitalists.
Simple island living calculates her cost of moving across the Ocean.
Tackling our debt discusses about Canadian first time home buyer tax credit.
What do you do when you spill water on your laptop or it gets in to water, head out to read, Laptop Underwater.
The Price of a Sandwich from Freedom 48. Some knowledge to gain here.
Early Retirement Extreme at Married With Debt. John you too?
Joe is missing his check books, check out I Miss Checkbooks
You Must See Yourself as a Success Coach Motivating post from Joyful Self-Manager.
Work Save Life has the result of reader’s poll, Want to see how people feel about selling their wedding ring, head over to read selling wedding ring.
We are grateful to the gracious carnival hosts for hosting and including my articles.
- Carnival of MoneyPros @ Novel Investor
- Financial Carnival for Young Adults @ 20′s Finances
- Carnival of Financial Camaraderie @ My University Money
- Yakezie Carnival @ Money Q and A
- Yakezie carnival at KNS Financials
- Weekly update @ Evolving PF
Did I miss the carnival hosted by you? Comment below and you’ll be included! That’s all for today, have a wonderful rest of the week-end.
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