There are wedding bells ringing in our family. Yes, my stepson is on leave from Germany and eloping to Las Vegas to marry his longtime girlfriend. No one can say he’s rushing into things as they’ve been dating the better part of a decade.
We had a family gathering last night scheduled to celebrate his arrival that turned into a pre-wedding event. Hopefully, the bride enjoys our group as she’s stuck with us; we’re family now.
I kept up with my reading despite a big work project and wanted to share some of my favorites with you.
What does this mean? 31 days to build a better blog and it’s the title of an e-book by the probloggerhimself, Mr. Darren Rowse. Five of the Yakezie Challenge members are joining up to slog work through the book together. Of course, I’m already a day behind. My fellow members are:
Last, but not least, is Carlos from Good Steward Keys. He was tied up this week but I highlighted his post last week on turning down a free car.
Nurses-Dealing with Life and Death from the Millionaire Nurse Blog teaches how nurses do think differently which helps them be successful at their jobs. One of my sisters is a nurse and I concur.
BarbaraFriedberg Personal Finance brings us Do You Need a Rolex Watch? I think not, but maybe that’s not the right answer.
Frugal Dad asks Are Coupons Making You Poor? He makes a good case that it can, but the smart shopper will not have that experience.
There are a lot of myths about brick and mortar banks. Read this article from Bargaineering to find out the truth.
How can we better educate kids about personal finance? Foreigner’s Finances has an excellent high school curriculum for money education.
Money Hackers Carnival #111 – Don’t Hassel the Hoff Edition @ Deliver Away Debt (Editors Pick)
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