October 22, 2010, 6:56 am

Financial Ramblings

by: MD    Category: Financial Rambling
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I fee like this week is being “determinent” for my company. After announcing that I am changing direction for my main blog, I have felt the level of motivation going sky high and a ton of ideas landed in my brain!

Each day passes and I feel that I am building a real company. That one day, I’ll have a real office, real employees, that I will control my destiny and exit the rat race. This morning, I have a strong feeling that this day is not that far away…

I’m very excited this morning! if you have been followed me on Twitter,  you will notice that I am much more active. During the whole week, I have reported my score against the bag of chips hiding in my kitchen. I’m 4-0 now…  but the weekend is approaching… I don’t know what the score will be on Monday morning… I hope it won’t be 4-3 ;-D

It’s time to look at the best links again:

1. The Financial Blogger at the Money Crashers Top Personal Finance Bloggers List.

2. How Bank of America Made Me Bald @ Budgets Are Sexy.

3. Should You Save For Long Term Goals While Still In College? @ The Digerati Life.

4. How Investing in Gold Can Save You From an Economic Crisis @ Canadian Finance Blog.

5. How-to Save Money on Auto and Home Insurance @ Studenomics.

6. 7 Ways for College Students to Save and Earn Money @ Green Panda Treehouse.

7. Deep Thoughts On Twitter: Cold Food And Suffering @ Financial Samurai.

8. 40 – Is it Too Late to Invest for Retirement? @ Do Not Wait.

9. Danger! Payday Loans are a Weapon of Mass Destruction @ Soldier of Finace.

10. Are You Ready to Afford a Baby? @ Pt Money.

11. My First Credit Card – And The High It Gave Me @ Free From Broke.

12. How To Solve Your Credit Card Problem @ Amateur Asset Allocator.

13. In Defense Of Mutual Fund DSC Fees For Smaller Investors @ Money Smarts Blog.

14. Dave Ramsey Debt Snowball Payoff Strategy @ Bargaineering.

15. Is the CFA for you? How much is involved? @ Smart Financial Analyst.

http://www.moneycrashers.com/top-personal-finance-blogs/

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Comments

Really eclectic selection of posts here! I really enjoyed J’s brother’s “How Bank of America made Me Bald” a lot!

Best of luck in your endeavors! Please let me know if Free From Broke can help in any way!

Thanks for the mention!