May 13, 2011, 3:40 am

Financial Ramblings

by: MD    Category: Financial Rambling
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Hey !

this weekend will be pretty special to me since I’m starting my career as a soccer coach on Saturday! Okay… it’s only a bunch of 5-6 years old but still, I’m a bit nervous 😉 I’ll let you know how it went next week 😉

Time for roundup:

1. The New Rules of Blogging Success: 25 Outdated Blogging Practices That Should Be Retired In 2011 @ Premium PF.

2. How To Pay Off $35,000 In Credit Card Debt In One Month @ Financial Samurai.

3. Summer Savings: When Fine Weather .Gets you in a Spending Mood @ Canadian Finance Blog.

4. 3 Reasons to Keep Working @ Do Not Wait.

5. Is a Dream Job worth it if you can’t save any money? @ Budgets Are Sexy.

6. The Best Investment Ever Made @ PIN.

7. Will Working Out Cost a Fortune? @ Training Shark.

8. BIXI Bike Rental – Will It Succeed? @ Money Smarts Blog.

9. Assessing Your Risk Tolerance: Need and Ability @ Oblivious Investor.

10. Why Companies Pay Dividends @ WID.

11. Emergency Fund Planning: Don’t Assume Expenses Will Go Down @ Frugal Dad.

12. Home Businesses You Can Start in Your Underwear @ Free From Broke.

13. Vintage Gen Y Wealth: 14 Dumb Mistakes That College Graduates Make @ Gen Y Wealth.

14. A Money Lesson From John Wesley @ BMM.

15. Carnival of Personal Finance @ Yes, I Am Cheap.

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Comments

Appreciate you highlighting this piece at a bunch of your sites. Your blog just keeps getting better, by the way.

Good luck with the soccer. As long as they get snack at the end, you will have a successful day.

Thanks for the heads up on “The New Rules of Blogging Success: 25 Outdated Blogging Practices That Should Be Retired In 2011”. It was definitely something I needed to read.

Hubby and I coached our daughters t ball team and it was so fun. The key is to get the kids to stand up when they are in the field!