I had an incredible weekend – I won an iPad3 on a contest I entered ages ago and despite not having ran 10k in over a year in Vancouver and I managed over 53 minutes (not bad for an old guy)!
It was the Esquimalt Navy 10k and I was shocked as to how good shape some of our military is.
I love seeing all sorts of people running – my wife and daughter were even cheering me on!
Dr. Dean @ The Millionaire Nurse Blog writes Are You An Investing Scaredy Cat? – Risks and rewards in investing…Do you understand them? What makes people sell when they should buy?
krantcents @ KrantCents writes The 3 R’s of Success – The 3 R’s of Success is the eighteenth in a series of articles to help you reach your goal.
Crystal @ Budgeting in the Fun Stuff writes Saving Our Health and Money – Thanks to health issues and debt, our family hasmade big changes to our food budget and choices. Our health is getting better and we are saving a lot!
Jason @ Work Save Live writes What Phase of Investing Are YOU In? – Welcome to the ‘Understanding Retirement Planning & Investing’ series! If you’ve missed the first few posts be sure to check them out! Everything You Need to Know About a Roth IRA.
Wayne @ Young Family Finance writes Cheap Hobbies to Save You Money – Find ways to save money with these cheap hobbies. You will save money and find enjoyment at the same time.
ETZ25 @ Entertainment Timez writes Is BP a Dividend Stock For Entertainment Money? – would BP make a good stock because of it’s dividend as a cashflow for entertainment timez?
Jeremy @ Modest Money writes Putting Your Health Before Your Finances – One area that I was particularly naive was how I viewed health. I thought that while I was young with no obvious problems that I just didn’t need to worry about it. As a result I was irresponsible and abused my body. This may not seem like a financial mistake, but I’m really learning it all comes full circle.
Jen @ Master the Art of Saving writes Warning: Drinking Alcohol Can Make You Spend More Money – Can drinking alcohol make you spend more money? In my experience it can, but that doesn’t mean that it’s that way for everybody. Is it? Drinking alcohol……..
PITR @ Passive Income To Retire writes Ways to Retire Early – Find out what it takes to retire early. Do you have what it takes to quit your day job before everyone else?
MMD @ MyMoneyDesign writes Can You Afford to Work? – Does your daycare cost more than you make? Would it make sense for you to simply quit your job and stay at home with the kids? There are many reasons on both side of the argument. Let’s explore a few of them.
Amanda L Grossman @ Frugal Confessions writes Are Family Memberships Worth It? – Summer is uponus—a potentially busy time for Moms and Dads.
KT @ Personal Finance Journey writes How to Make Money While Traveling Around the World – I’ve read hundreds of stories about people who have made money while seeing all that the world has to offer while still making enough money to pay their bills.
Daniel @ Sweating the Big Stuff writes IKEA’s As-Is Department: How We Saved 40 Percent on a China Cabinet – This article is about how we saved 40 percent on a China Cabinent by buying it thru IKEA’s AS-IS Department! Read about our great deal!
Ashley @ Money Talks Coaching writes We Paid off $37,000 in 58 weeks! – My friends Vicki and Alan became debt free this week!! I asked if they would do a little interview for this site and they graciously agreed.
101 Centavos @ 101 Centavos writes Why Green is the Way Forward for Your Business – Improving your environmental credentials is unlikely to be at the top of your to do list, but ‘going green’ can be a super smart move for any business….
TRL @ The Retired Landlord writes Why Purchase Price is VERY Important – Find out what properly assessing a rental property is important for any real estate investor. The last thing you want to do is over pay.
Suba @ Broke Professionals writes You Better Not Die Without These Three Documents! – You Better Not Die Without These Three Documents! is a post from: Broke Professionals if you enjoy it, please visit us and subscribe to the Feed. Death is something that no one wantsto think about, but is inevitable. Like the saying goes, “no one comes out of this life alive.
Debt Guru @ Debt Free Blog writes Should you Finance Vacations? – Everyone enjoys a nice vacation. If you are working a stressful job that makes you feel entitled, you may want to get away for a week or two. It’s not always easy to save up for vacations and it’s definitely takes work to find cheap vacation ideas these days (with the cost of gas and airfare going up), so the two choices that people are often left with are 1.
Eddie @ Finance Fox writes 5 Full Proof Ways To Beat Rising Gas Prices – Prices ofgas at the pump are just going up, and its our due diligence to keep fighting back by saving money every time we fill our car.
PPlan @ Provident Plan writes Should You Pray for Good Fortune? to Win the Lottery? – Do you find yourself wanting more money? Maybe you want to win the lottery. Find out how prayer comes into play and whether it can help you win the lottery.
Sustainable PF @ Sustainable Personal Finance writes HELOC For Consumption vs Investment – The Smith Manoeuvre might not be for everyone, but basic math shows that it isn’t insane. In fact, for many people, itmakes a lot of sense.
Corey @ 20s Finances writes Is the Best Job The Highest Paying One? – Too often our society places the highest value on that which costs the most money. Somehow we have come to learn that the most money means the best product and ultimately, quality of life. We convince ourselves that life would be better if we had more money. While it is almost always easier, it doesn’t mean better.
SFB @ Simple Finance Blog writes The Rise of Electronic Money – What is electronic money (or e-money)? What are its advantages and disadvantages.
Luke @Learn Bonds writes Is Now a Good Time to Buy a Savings Bond? – The Treasury Department recently announced rates for Savings Bonds purchased between May 1st and October 30th, 2012. Is now the time to buy?
MR @ Money Reasons writes Are Robert Kiyosaki’s Books a Stepping Stone To Wealth? – After re-reading the rich dad poor dad author Robert Kiyosaki’s books, I now think that they serve a great purpose on the road to wealth… Believing!
Don @ MoneySmartGuides writes Half of American’s Save Nothing for Retirement – A recent survey by LIMRA, which is an association related to the financial services industry, found that 49 percent of American’s are saving nothing for retirement. The percent is even higher for 18-34 year olds, of which 56 percent save nothing.
Aloysa @ My Broken Coin writes Why I Took Out a 401K Loan – Two years ago I took out a 401K loan to pay off my personal loan. Don’t gasp. Don’t shake your head. Don’t judge, or be judged, remember? Most financial bloggers recommend to never borrow from your 401K. They are right: the risks of taking out a 401K loan outweigh the benefits by far.
Jeremy Waller @ Personal Finance Whiz writes Infographic: The Insanely High Cost of Higher Education – Upon graduation, the average student has over $25,000 in studentloan debt. Though, it’s not unusual to graduate with many times that amount.
Sicorra @ Tackling Our Debt writes What Not to Say to Co-Workers – So did I miss any points on what not to say to co-workers? Again, I am interested in hearing your perspective of what should and shouldn’t be said based on your experiences in your present or past work environment.
Sean @ One Smart Dollar writes The Effects of Student Loans on Credit Scores – Have you ever stopped to think about how your student loans might affect your credit score?
Daisy @Add Vodka writes Are Bloggers Really Writers? – I was in Kindergarten when I picked up my first novel (Babysitters Little Sister – holla!) that a family friend had given me to save for when I was actually old enough to read it, and I never looked back.
Young @ Young And Thrifty writes Investors Group Update: Lower MERs – Slowly but surely, those who are preaching the low MER fees Gospel (and I will proudly number myself among the faithful) are winning the battle for the hearts and minds of Canadian investors.
J.P. @ Novel Investor writes The Best Stock Screener Tools Online – The best stock screener allows investors to quickly filter through thousands of stocks using their own unique criteria that matches their investment strategy.