Week in Review: Sports Edition

by Kay Lynn

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August and September are my favorite times of the year as a sports fan.  It’s the waning days of baseball where suddenly each game seems more meaningful.

It’s also the start of football season where we once again start out with high hopes for the Super Bowl.  Oh, the joy of being a San Diego sports fan.

Editor’s Picks

I spent the week trying to catch up at home and work after the BlogHer conference and finally got through the 350 articles built up in Google Reader.  Enjoy these favorites.

Use these 5 Money Saving Tips for the 21st Century from Financially Poor to and be ready for the future. I find using paper intriguing.

Wealth Artisan shares 10 steps to improve your finances starting with scheduling time to work on them.

If you ever regret saying yes, read 5 biblical reasons why no is a great word from Personal Finances by the Book.

Sweating the Big Stuff shares 10 unnecessary expenses.

If you haven’t created a budget yet, read these 20 reasons to start from Money Help for Christians.

Five Cent Nickel shares why it’s so hard to get out of debtand steps to be successful.

Do you have plans for how to live once you’re debt free? Money Reasons is at this financial crossroad.

The Thrifty Couple share the meaning of food expiration dates.

Learn from the six stupidest ways Debt Hater loses money.

The Millionaire Nurse Blog revisits the topic of good debt versus bad debt. Do you think there is such a thing as good debt?

Carnivals

Buying Tips @ Car Negotiation Coach

Best Money Tips @ Wise Bread

photo credit: SD Dirk

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Craig Ford August 15, 2010 at 12:04 pm

Thanks for including my article.

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Joe Plemon August 15, 2010 at 1:10 pm

Thanks for the mention!

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Dr Dean August 15, 2010 at 1:27 pm

I am looking forward to the Ga. Dawgs, the Noles, and the Falcons! May be a tough year, but will still be fun.
Thanks for the mention!

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Kevin August 15, 2010 at 2:22 pm

Thanks for mentioning my post. This really is the best time of year for sports. Go Bucs!! 🙂

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Kay Lynn August 15, 2010 at 4:26 pm

As I’m working on posts for the week my husband is watching golf, baseball and tennis on TV at the same time. So, he agrees!

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Money Reasons August 15, 2010 at 4:50 pm

Thanks for the mention!

I decided not to play fantasy football again this year, but I’ll probably still checkout the stats every now and then!!! It’s so hard to quit!

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Kay Lynn August 16, 2010 at 5:56 am

I decided not to participate in the office football pool as well. I haven’t been paying enough attention to the various acquisitions to guess correctly. However,we can still enjoy watching!

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