I’m going to try something different on this blog. Below is a list of 5 blog post that I liked relating to finances. I need your feedback on this. If you like it, once a month, I’ll pick 5 blog posts to feature on this site. If you don’t like it, let me know and I’ll think of something else.
For now here are some great reads from some great bloggers. Check them out and give their blog a follow.
Mr. Thrifty over at Thrifty Enough talks about overcoming financial fear. It’s a great post about how fear can cause us to take action without thinking logically.
What do you fear most? Is it that you’ll get to the bottom of a carton of ice cream, only to realize that you just finished the last batch ever manufactured, and you’ll never get to taste that sweet frozen treat again? Or, is that just me?
Joel, from Beyond A Budget, explains why we should take debt seriously. “When you were 18 and dreaming about all the different things you could do with your life, I doubt that racking up debt and making minimum payments forever was on your list.”
It’s time to get down to business and get serious about your debt. Eliminating your debt now can allow you to prosper forever! These 5 reasons will help…
While not exactly about finances, Allen Bell’s post on sacrifice can be applied to anything you’re trying to accomplish with your finances. What to get out of debt, start a business, or increase your income at work? Those goals are going to require sacrifice.
Sacrificing is not only apart of life but yields benefits too. Hello friends! Whew! What a week! How was your week? Mine was not too bad. I endured the heat and humidity, completed two 2-a day workout sessions, and shared quality time with a few of my employees.
Bob Haegele of The Frugal Fellow brings hope by letting us know that you’re not the only person in debt and that debt won’t last forever if you work on it.
Did you know that according to CNBC, 8 out of 10 Americans are in debt? I would imagine that estimating the number of Americans who are in debt is no easy task. But I also think it is safe to say a lot of Americans struggle with it.
Marie, from Millennial Money Struggles, brilliantly compares paying off debt to losing weight. If you want to see how she does it, you’ll have to read it on her site.
I recently lost 25 lbs (11.3 kilos). I feel great about this. I’m the same size I was in high school and a little over halfway to my ‘I feel amazing in my skin’ goal. Now, before you start telling me that I should be happy with whatever size I am, I will tell you: Yes….