Blog Posts to Read This Week
One week after setting up my Google Reader, I now have 167 unread posts from my subscriptions. I think I need to block out an entire day per week to keep up with all the great personal finance blog posts being produced out there.
I’m doing my best to keep up on my reading. Twitter helps me stay connected on the good stuff, though (follow me @yngcheapliving). Here are 7 solid reads from this past week that you should definitely check out:
- Christian Personal Finance gives us advice on How to Work When You’re Overwhelmed. If you’re anything like me, you need all the advice available on this topic.
- Over at Broke Professionals, you’ll read a compelling argument for renting vs. buying in 8 Reasons Why Renting is Better Than Owning a Home. I love reading these things while I’m still renting. It makes me feel good!
- At Darwin’s Money, you’ll want to Check Out This Brilliantly Simple Way to Cut HOURS Out of Your Workday. I think he’s on to something here.
- At Nickel by Nickel, Andrea writes 10 things I wish I could tell my 16-year old self about money. This a very interesting read.
- Over at DollarVersity, Eric gives you A Guide To Getting Ready For Your Tax Return. The timing couldn’t be better to get on board with what he’s suggesting.
- Debt after Death: What Happens?, is discussed over at Yes, I Am Cheap. There is some great information there for those of you unsure about the aftermath of such a situation.
- Last, but not least is Melissa over at Mom’s Plans, who is in week six of the Snowflake Challenge and selling stuff to earn extra money. She talks about her experiences with selling extra stuff in Debt Snowflake Challenge #6, Sell Your Stuff.
Hope you all had a great weekend. Happy reading!