Canadian Personal Finance Happy Hour – Third Edition

What a weekend! On Thursday night I drove down to Seattle for the BlogHerFood Conference to accompany my wife. We met so many interesting speakers and attendees. It was fun being with other foodies!

I was watching our daughter during the day but I was so happy spending good time with her – we took the bus downtown, went to Pike Place Market, and even went to the Fremont Bridge!

Shilpan @ Street Smart Finance writes How to Find A Job in Any Economy – Do you know that you are the CEO of your own destiny? Self-confidence and self-esteem are two biggest assets, and dependable mind-set is the biggest liability in your balance sheet.The success or failure of your life depends less on the the prestige of your degree and more on how deft you are in making bold decisions.

Dr. Dean @ The Millionaire Nurse Blog writes Second Home: 7 Warnings! – Is this the time for you to buy that second home? Maybe the moon, sun, and stars are lined up and it’s the perfect time….but, maybe not.

SFB @ Simple Finance Blog writes Is Getting Pet Insurance Worth It? – For some people, the issue of getting pet insurance is simply ridiculous.

Don @ MoneySmartGuides writes What Are Your Options for Dealing with Debt – One of the biggest problems with debt is that being burdened by it makes you feel helpless. However, you always have options for dealing with debt, for tackling it yourself to using debt management services by Pay Plan.

Wayne @ Young Family Finance writes Should You Hide Money From Your Spouse? – A recent study showed that many partners or spouses hide money fromtheir significant other. Is it okay to hide money from your spouse?

Corey @ 20s Finances writes Cost of Being in Someone Else’s Wedding – Do you have any close friends getting married soon? Have they asked you to be in their wedding? Do you know how much it will cost you to say yes? I was in a friend’s wedding in December and will be in another wedding in June. Between those two weddings and having 3 other weddings to attend in the next few months, I have weddings on the mind.

Eddie @ Finance Fox writes 35 Money Lies People Tell Regularly – Men supposedly lie six times more per day than women, andwhen someone tells you, be a man or a woman – “Nothing is wrong, I’m OKAY”, they’re really lying to your face.

A Blinkin @ Funancials writes Simple Steps To Grow Your Business – As your business starts succeeding, you should look at what the next level is. This can encompass a whole range of things, from moving out of the house and into a real shop, or even just making your existing business look more professional and function more streamlined.

101 Centavos @ 101 Centavos writes How To Painfully Save Hundreds of Dollars a Year – While we’re off on vacation, I’mrecycling/re-branding/editing some old posts. This one was originally posted on November 6th, 2010. Save hundreds…

Ashley @ Money Talks Coaching writes Get a Free $25 to Lend on Kiva – Maybe I’m behind the times on this but I recently learned about Kiva. I’d heard of it before but I didn’t know what it was.

Kanwal @ Simply Investing writes Did You Buy Shares in Facebook? Should You? – On Friday (May 18, 2012) Facebook became a public company. Facebook shares began trading on the stock market, meaning anyone could now own a part of the company. But should you have bought shares inFaceboook? The answer is no.Facebook shares started trading at $38 each, which valued the company at $104 billion.

Sustainable PF @ Sustainable Personal Finance writes Canadian Dividend Stocks: Brookfield Renewable – Many investors are looking to Canada as a source of investing opportunity that are a little more eco-friendly than their competitors like Brookfield Renewable Energy Partners.

JP @ My Family Finances writes Are Bank CDs a Waste of Time and Money for Families? – These days it’s hard to see bank CDs as anything but a waste of time and money for your family’s finances.

Daniel @ Sweating the Big Stuff writes Reevaluating Your Wireless Service – Do you spent too much on your wireless service? These people are perfect examples of why you should reevaluate your plan today!

Suba @ Broke Professionals writes Our House On The Market: Month Three – We’ve now had our house on the market for three long months, and I’m losing faith. We’re dropping the asking price, but I wonder whether it’s enough to get it sold.

PPlan @ Provident Plan writes – Find out why people fail to realize their dreams. Why do people fail? Why do people give up on their dreams?

Jen @ Master the Art of Saving writes Addictions Can Ruin Your Budget – Addictions can get expensive, not all of them, but some of them can. Addictions can ruin your budget and financial goals. Will addictions ruin everybody’s……

Kraig @ Young, CheapLiving writes How I’m Achieving My Goals by Attending FinCon12 – After having started my blog just 6 months ago, I booked my trip this week for the 2012 Financial Blogger Conference in Denver. This is quite exciting for me and my career as I plan to use it to achieve my personal and professional goals. In this post, I talk about those goals and how the conference fits in with them.

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