Well, it’s been a little while since I had a roundup so I thought I would get back in the mix. It’s tough for me to read as many blogs as I used to. I can’t read blogs at work like many other bloggers can. Frankly, it stinks. I feel so much more disconnected than I used to be. I hardly Tweet and I very rarely comment on other blogs. Hopefully, I can find a new routine that will allow me to do more of that. We’ll see!
In other news, I will be starting a series on the blog called “The Debtor’s Mind”. The series is going to be about the things that we as debtors tell ourselves to make us feel better. So, if you try to rationalize why you are in debt on a daily basis, I want to hear what your thoughts are. Send me an email with some topics and I will give you credit if you so desire. I already have a few thoughts but I am curious to hear yours!
Family Member Loan: Three Reasons I Would Reconsider – This is a guest post by yours truly over at My Super-Charged Life. As you know, I owe a family member over $16,000 and in this article I talk about how I will NEVER do it again.
How Conan O’Brien Wants You To Succeed. Flexo has a guest post over at Budgets Are Sexy that has some great thoughts to take from Conan’s last night on the “Tonight Show”. I hope Conan comes back even stronger in a few months. He deserves it.
7 Money Lessons From Monopoly. Ray from Financial Highway shares a great post on the financial lessons you can learn from the classic Monopoly game.
Should I Save For Retirement While In Debt? Here is my weekly post over at Frugal Dad. I explore the question of stopping retirement savings to get out of debt. Is it really worth the savings that you are missing out on?
Other Great Reads
- Tracking My Expenses: The Results
- It’s Morphin’ Time: Transform Your Financial Life
- How Personal is Personal Finance?
- Financial Infidelity: Cheating on Your Partner With Dollars
- When Pigs Fly: How I Fought My Parking Ticket and Beat City Hall
- Mammoth 2009 Tax Credit and Deduction List
- Car Financing Insider Secrets
- Negotiating Debt Settlements With Collection Agencies