September 12, 2009, 5:26 am

Financial Ramblings – It’s My Birthday!

by: The Financial Blogger    Category: Financial Rambling
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All right, I lied, my birthday is only tomorrow 😉 But, I am starting it tonight 😀 We will drop the kids at my parents’ house and head out to a nice restaurant. I think food is my favourite reward for
everything ;-D There is actually nothing better than food… except what follows once back home 😉 hehehe!

Tomorrow, I’ll play golf in the morning (yup, it’s my birthday and I will wake up at 6am voluntarily to play golf… some people are just crazy!) and then spend the rest of the day with my wife and kids. I am definitely looking forward to this weekend 😀

So here’s a few good reads around the blogosphere:

Credit Tool Box is talking about Transfer Balance APR 0 Credit Cards to pay off your debts.

Million Dollar Journey is incorporating his websites.

Gather Little By Little suggests to use your credit card on a day-to-day basis.

Intelligent Speculator talks about the latest trend in ETF’s

Bargaineering shows us how to eat healthy with $10 a day

Moolnanomy introduces us to options; puts and calls.

Bible Money Matters gives us 5 tricks to control the urge of buying

Studenomics writes about the importance of personal finance in college.

PT Money explains how he teams up with is wife to make more money.

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Comments

Happy Birthday Mike and thanks for the links!

Happy Birthday and happy golfing! Appreciate the mention.

I’m a fellow finance blogger and I’m new to your site. Anyways, happy birthday and hopefully, you can also visit my site or have it linked here as one of your financial ramblings. 🙂

Happy birthday Mike!