I did not believe in Twitter for a very long time. I thought it was meaningless and impersonal. What kind of thoughtful message you can put in 140 characters? I was convinced that Twitter was created to satisfy human vanity. I thought people who were using it were doing it solely for self-promotion purposes. I… (33 comments)

The list below shows my favorite articles that I stumbled upon (in no particular order): Sustainable Personal Finance was talking about Livining in a Shipping Container. Impressive and fascinating. Head over to SPF’s website and check it out for yourself. Retire by 40 just proves in his 4-plex First 3 Months Report one more time why I will never be a landlord.… (14 comments)

In the past few weeks I have stumbled upon a few articles that seemed to contemplate the same topic but from different angles. Fabulously Broke contemplated the question Is Blogging A Waste of Time? Her blog post led me to discover Single Mom Rich Mom blog post Is Blogging A Waste of Time (And Possibly… (30 comments)

When I found out that my English friend, Ian Davies, whom you have already met in his post  Austerity Today, visited the USSR back in a day, I got very excited. I wanted to hear all about his experience and asked him to write another guest post. Imagine my excitement when Ian agreed! You can read… (2 comments)

If you are like me, then on Sunday morning you drink your morning coffee and browse through PF blogs. If you are like me, you are using Sunday to catch up with reading and networking. These are some great articles I stumbled upon (in no particular order) this week: Investorz Blog started a new series… (8 comments)