September 5, 2009, 7:53 am

Financial Ramblings

by: The Financial Blogger    Category: Financial Rambling
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batteryAs you know already, this was my first 4 day work week. Even though I now have to wake up at 5 AM when I work at the bank, I feel like I have more energy. The fact that I am have cut my work week in half gives me extra energy and motivation to actually work harder on both jobs. I hope this feeling will continue into the future!

I have had to modify my training schedule. This week, I only went to the gym during my 4 work days. I guess I will have to pay more attention to what I eat if I want to continue to lose the next 10 lbs ;-). I am now stable at 180lbs and aiming to drop below the 180 mark by the end of the month.

Here’s what I found interested this week:

Bargaineering explains the Roth IRA

Intelligent Speculator would pay millions for a domains (I hope he would do it for 😉 )

Mrs. Micah talks about prepaid debit cards for teens.

Cash Money Life gives student credit card tips.

Million Dollar Journey tells us how to convert a principal residence into a rental property.

ABC’s of investing explains how to invest in REITs

The Canadian Finance Blog finds other sources of income.

Green Panda Treehouse tells us about 5 things our parents didn’t teach us about money.

The Smarter Wallet reviews Coupon Chief (a great way to save money!)

The Digerati life talks about Peer to Peer lending (it is starting again!)

Carnival of Personal Finance

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Thanks for the mention FB!

Thanks for the link, have a good weekend!

I’d love to have the opportunity to work only four days a week at my day job (for 80% of the pay). It would be a huge advantage for my side business, and give me more time with my family. Alas, it’s not in the cards with my company… thanks for the mention. 🙂