Link Round-up – Reader Purge Edition

and frosted flakes

Hmm, I suppose if you’re not familiar with the RSS reader then the title may seed odd.  I only learned about the functionality of the reader a couple months ago but here I am today trying to sound like and expert.  Ha… and so it goes.

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Well, suffice it to say I’ve been well behind in my reader reading… However, I’ve spent some quality time scouring articiles and here’s another sampling of my favorites.

As always I welcome your comments and questions! 



Recent Articles –

Bob asks the ultimate in personal finance questions – Are you a good steward of God’s money?

Gibble shares his No Credit Card story

Dusty asks if Spending Patterns Define Who we Are.

Clever Dude shares another cool video on the housing crash

Stephen at Rat Race Trap challenges us to loosen our chase on the so-called experts

NCN shares his budding Negotiation skills… a habit we can clearly benefit from

JD suggests a name change for the ole Emergency Fund to encourage a positive view of this most importatant tool

Peter has been running an In Case of Emergency series… you should check it out

Steven at Hundred Goals challenges us to Make the Most of a Bad Situation

The Silicon Valley ‘blogher’ elaborates on How to Payoff Credit Card Debt

Squawkfox is briming with great practical advice ranging from free Resume Tools to advice on What to do before and after a car accident.

Jason offers a 10 Commandments for Frugal Living

Ron applies the Laws of Physics to Personal Finance

Jeff offers a fantasitc secret to success… if you dare accept the challenge 

My Favorites – self indulgent, yes, but here are my favorite recent article from my own inventory

I enjoyed the discussion generated by the Debt is Squalor article… I received nice feedback in the comments section as well as one phone conversation with a friend.

I also really enjoyed the Goal Setting series so the Conclusion post was quite an event for me.  I’ve received a great deal of discussion and postive feedback all of which I find personally satisfying… thanks to those who have contributed to the success of this series… I hope this becones a cornerstone series for this young site. 

Recent Carnivals – A great way to shared information and links while finding new blogs to explore…

Miss Thrifty recently hosted the Carnival of Pecuniary Delights #3

Living Well on Less hosted the Carnival of Pecuniary Delights #4  

Money Ning hosted the Carnival of Pecuniary Delights # 4 (redux)


Question for the readers…. when I select a picture to accompany an article, I try to choose an image that metaphorically ties into the story or idea I’m presenting.  Some clearly are better than others… but one of my favorites is the image – or type of image – I’ve been using for my Round-up editions.

What I don’t know is how that metaphor is playing… is it clear, dumb, or too obscure in which case this group of pics looks stupid.  Let me know… do you “get it” and what do you think?  I’m just curious.


photo By: redjar

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