I don’t have a whole lot of “free” time on my hands lately, but I do one thing every single day that is required and consistent—I commute. Every single day, I’m afforded the gift of 20 minutes each way in my car with no distractions, except those I choose to create for myself by listening … Continue reading My Favorite Podcasts
Around the Web – September
Whew! What a September it's shaping up to be. So far, we've had a few birthdays to celebrate, distant relatives in town to entertain, a wedding in the family with over 140 guests, and two family members moving into new homes. Today is my four-year wedding anniversary. To stay sane, we've decided to celebrate this … Continue reading Around the Web – September
Worth Reading in February
Here are 9 things that caught my attention over the last few weeks. They are all worth reading: Short and sweet. Kind of like this post on minimalism and money over at Budgets are Sexy. Free Money Finance kicked off March Money Madness this week with the first round of competing posts. The rules are simple: … Continue reading Worth Reading in February
August Recommended Reading
Reviewing the best posts from around the Web in August, including Trent's new series on The Ten Evils, and a guide to home exchanges.
Challenging Money: Memorial Day Edition
As Memorial Day approaches, I look at three of the best posts on personal finance from the last 2 weeks.
Challenging Money: Yakezie Edition
This week’s theme is all about “making it,” views from the perspective of those who have achieved a good deal of success, in money and/or in life.
Challenging Money: Farmers Market Edition
I recount the week's best posts and tell you a bit more about my experiences with a farmer's market.
Challenging Money: Psychology Edition
I’m a huge fan of psychology, and particularly how our mind works and impacts the choices we make with our money. It’s a huge field that can only be dissected in bits and pieces. This week, three outstanding bloggers tackle financial psychology.
Challenging Money: Re-launch Edition
Re-launching my weekly links column with three great articles this week.
Carnival of Personal Finance #301: Color Theory Edition
I’m pleased to be hosting the 301st edition of the longest running (and most prestigious) personal finance carnival around—the Carnival of Personal Finance. As expected, many high-quality posts were submitted this week, and the task of picking the best of the bunch was daunting, but I got it done. This week’s Carnival theme is color … Continue reading Carnival of Personal Finance #301: Color Theory Edition