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Why Personal Finance Blogs Became a Cliché

What topics are trending nowadays in the personal finance blogosphere? Let’s see: Steps on how to get out of debt; To pay off debt or save for an emergency; How to save on utilities; What is more efficient a debt snowball or snowflake (would anyone like a snow shovel?) Why saving for retirement is important; How to stick to a… Read more »

Sunday Reading Salon

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‘Tis time to READ!  101 Centavos contemplates my favorite topic Why Are Europeans So Skinny? Let’s see: they move more, they eat less, food is better and not processed. I have to admit, he got it all right. Wisdomona discusses Conscious spending – my judgement. Her statement that we spend because we feel made me wonder about psychology of spending. A must read! The… Read more »

Reading Salon and March Blog Update

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March was an amazing month. A lot of great things happened to my blog. A lot of great articles surfaced in the blogosphere. Let’s read first! Reading Salon: Favoritism Edition I am going to be really selfish this time and recommend some of my favorites. Why? Because they rock, they inspire, they provoke, and they simply are amazing. Don’t take it personally… Read more »

20 Things Bloggers Should Stop Doing

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Corey from Passive Income to Retire decided to help new bloggers. He issued a Beginner Blogger Challenge that is supposed to help beginner bloggers to navigate the world of blogging. Of course I could not resist joining the challenge because I feel that I might be able to help some new bloggers with a good piece of advice. I’ve been… Read more »

Reading Salon and February Blog Update

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I have a lot of good articles and exciting blog news to share with you, so without any further ado I proceed to Reading Salon Your Finances Simplified is asking a very important question Hiring A Financial Planner? 5 Good Reasons Why You Should. So Over Debt amazes us not only with her writing ability but with her productivity as… Read more »

The Best Travel Secret Ever? Off-Peak Travel.

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This post is part of Yakezie blog swap #17. Members of the Yakezie Personal Finance Blogging Network pair up and exchange guest postings on a common topic. The topic of this blog swap was to discuss the best budget travel idea. Jana is the owner and writer of Daily Money Shot, a personal finance site (and one of my favorite blogs!) that discusses money at the intersection… Read more »

Reading Salon, December Posts and Traffic

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The list below shows my favorite articles that I stumbled upon (in no particular order): I am seriously contemplating to join Newlyweds on a Budget proposed The 10 Pound Challenge: Are you in? First, she offers great prizes. Second, I would love to lose 10 lbs. However, I like to eat and I don’t like dieting. I am still thinking… I think American Debt… Read more »

Reading Salon: Pre-Christmas Edition

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Starting today, I am taking a short vacation from writing and blogging. I will be back in full force next Wednesday, December 28. I will share my achievements and failures with you, and give a short review of 2011. Also I will set goals for 2012. I never set any goals or resolutions. This is my first year when I… Read more »