It’s been a busy week, so I didn’t get a chance to read as many blogs or tweet as much as I normally do. I also cannot believe that I “tweet” and like it. 🙂 A year ago, I would have given an emphatic “no” to tweeting, but I’m glad I changed my mind. If we’re not already twitter buddies, then be sure to follow me @TheHeavyPurse.
I find myself becoming a creature of habit and visiting the same blogs over and over. While I have no plans to stop visiting my favorite blogs, because they have now become my friends, I am also trying to check out a few new blogs every week. What are some of your favorite blogs? Let me know in the comment section.
Grab a cup of coffee or your beverage of choice and enjoy the posts that made me laugh, think and count my blessings. Enjoy!
This week some of my favorite bloggers released an e-book, The A-Z of Saving Money. The following bloggers each contributed a chapter(s): The Monster Piggy Bank, Eyes on the Dollar, Frugal Rules, See Debt Run, Budget and the Beach, Broke-Ass Mommy, The Savvy Scot, Planting Our Pennies, Canadian Budget Binder, Work Save Live Plunged in Debt and I Heart Budgets. I’ve heard many great things about the book and I’m looking forward to reading it. Glen from Monster Piggy Bank spearheaded the project and to learn more about the book, including where to purchase it, click here.
Jen at Happy Homeowner shared More Money Mishaps: Are You Guilty of These Financial Mistakes? And from reading the comments, the answer is yes!
In her beautifully written post, I Drink My Tea Mackenzie from the Random Path shares her feelings of being overwhelmed by to-do’s and the need for a break.
Michelle from Sense of Cents is one of the best side hustlers I know, and all her side jobs are paying off in a big way. In her post, Case of Lifestyle Inflation, Michelle shares how she is adding mindful luxury back into her life.
Home ownership is something most people want, but like the fine folks at Club Thrifty suggest, you need to Do Your Homework: How to Save Money Buying a House before you jump into the real estate market.
A reader of Canadian Budget Binder shared her very personal story in What My Life is Like with Terrible Credit. A must read and a powerful reminder of how we can help others by sharing our knowledge and experiences.
Tonya from Budget and The Beach shares What Beach Volleyball Taught Me about Life. Tonya may be moving onto what’s next, but she’s going to take the lessons she learned with her.
My father was my financial mentor, and I hope the girls consider me to be their financial mentor too. But what about everyone else? Do you have a financial mentor? Do you need one? Yes, you do! In his post, Who Do Americans Look to as a Financial Mentor, Grayson from Debt Roundup ponders this important question because we clearly need help.
Well, that’s a wrap for this week. Have a great weekend, everyone!
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