July 25, 2009, 7:23 am

Financial Ramblings

by: The Financial Blogger    Category: Financial Rambling
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Today I won’t talk about my weight (stable and slightly under 180lbs, not much to say anyway 😉 ). However, I bought a new bed and mattress and I received them this week. I am telling you this because I don’t seem to make any sense: we are living on one income, I am cutting down on my day job to concentrate on my company and I spend more money than ever… Am I going directly into a pitfall of debts? The funny part is I don’t even have the answer to this question 😉 nah… just fooling around. I actually cash in my mid-year bonus and this is why I can afford my new bedroom and my vacation coming in August :-D. It’s a great feeling to be rewarded for hard work!

I’m quite excited today as my son is turning 4 next week and we are celebrating his birthday today 😀 Happy Birthday William!

Here’s what was cool in the blogosphere this week:

Huge contest at Gather Little By Little: Tell me what you would like to read on GLBL and you have the chance of winning an iPod touch!

Million Dollar Journey is looking for a new car and gives his thoughts about the process.

Four Pillars just bought a brand new camera. Looks like he made a lot of research before making his purchase!

Moolanomy tells us to take advantage of the low mortgage rate. I personally took all equity available on my home in order to invest in my company!

Looking for a new job? Free Money Finance lists 10 phrases that kills resumes… make sure they are not part of ours!

The Intelligent Speculator comments on Amazon buying Zappos.

ABC’s of investing explains what is a Blue Chip Stock.

Mr. Credit Card offers some money strategies for the recession.

Where Does All My Money Goes identifies 3 Major Market Misconceptions.

I am not the only one wondering if gold is a long term investment… Thicken my Wallet is wondering too.

Dividend Growth Investor tells how to reinvest dividends selectively.

… And the Dividend Guy asks if you should reinvest your dividends 😉 (is DGI and TDG the same person… hum…..)


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Thanks for the link – sweet dreams! 😛

Thanks for the link! Happy birthday to the little one and congrats on the new blog!

Thanks for the link. Enjoy the weekend.

Thanks for the link. Nope TDG and DGI are different persons. The last post you are refering to was a guest post from me to TDG..;-)