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June 29, 2013, 11:30 pm

Weekend Epicness

by: MD    Category: Financial Rambling

Happy Canada Day weekend! I hope you guys are having a great one. Allow me to interrupt with some quick links to check out on your smart phone while you try to get away from family.

The hits:

Month 9 Income Report – 44% Email Opt In Conversion Rate and over 2k in earnings! @ Authority Website Income

I know that Mike already mentioned Jon this week, but I wanted to give a direct link to one of his recent pieces on the topic.

The Phone Call @ Budgets Are Sexy

Sad that the post had to be written, but it’s another eye-opener to enjoy the moment.

The carnivals:

 Carnival of Personal Finance #419.

Aspiring Blogger Carnival #9.

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June 22, 2013, 11:35 am

Weekend Epic Time

by: MD    Category: Financial Rambling

Another week is here and it’s officially summer time. Cheers to making this the best summer ever!

What should you check out?

23 Surprising Reasons to Work For Yourself @ The Middle Finger Project.

An inspirational and fun look at the idea of working for yourself. I really enjoyed the following line:

“No matter how successful you become, every single day you’ll be kicking and screaming and fighting to stay ahead, and when the pressure’s on, you’ll have no choice but to figure it out. In order to do that, you’ve got to learn stuff.”

Time for the carnivals…

Carnival of Personal Finance #418.

Carnival of Financial Camaraderie.

Carnival of Financial Planning.

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June 15, 2013, 8:00 am

Weekend Epicness

by: MD    Category: Financial Rambling

We are back for another weekend roundup. The summer is so close. The longest day of the year is coming up. Are you ready?

What’s worth checking out?

7 Biggest mistakes I made as a lifestyle entrepreneur @ Location 180.

Sean Ogle dives into his mistakes that he has made over the years. This article really made me think and reflect about some of my mistakes. Sean makes some good points on products and fostering relationships.

Is it possible to eat like a vegan? @ Kettlebell Rebels.

Sorry for the shameless plug, but I wanted to show you guys how I managed to try to eat like a vegan.

Time for the carnivals…

The Summer Road Trip Edition.

Carnival of Financial Independence 15th edition.

Carnival of Financial Planning.

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June 8, 2013, 5:50 pm

Epic Roundup

by: MD    Category: Financial Rambling

What’s up everyone? We’re back for another epic roundup.

What was worth checking out this past week?

How to Achieve Success @ JD Roth.

I always enjoy these types of articles because it’s cool to see how others were able to achieve success in this world. My favorite line from the post is:

“The moral, my friends, is to work hard and to keep an open mind so that you can take advantage of unexpected opportunities. But there’s another moral, and I think it’s just as important: Whenever possible, open doors for other people”

The Carnivals…

Carnival of Financial Planning.

Carnival of Personal Finance #416.

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May 31, 2013, 11:00 am

Epic Roundup Time

by: MD    Category: Financial Rambling

We are back for another roundup!

What should you check out?

When is it better to rent? @ My University Money.

I really liked this article because it brought up a point that I never even considered. This is a time of transition. When you’re looking for work or with an unstable job, the last thing you need is a mortgage or a permanent residence. So true.

7 Things You Need to Stop Doing Every Day @ Marc and Angel.

Ouch. Check out the list and see how many of those you’re currently guilty of. It might be time for a change.

Time for the carnivals…

Carnival of Personal Finance #515.

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