CAPI @ Creating a Passive Income writes Bloggers Beware: Passive Income on the Rise – The web has become a proverbial madhouse of information, tutorials, and how-to websites as a growing number of people tap into the masses of people seeking guidance on everything under the sun. Blog topics are as varied as the people in this world and seek to occupy a new space in our hearts.
Tushar @ Finance TUBE writes The Debt Movement is Here: Will You Join? – Today we will talking about the Debt Movement is Here: Will You Join? Debt is a tool which allows you to have something new which can’t truly afford. Most people take debt to buy a home, car or to go to college but this entire instance of debt may be considered as the necessities.
TDB @ Tax Deduction Blog writes Social Security Secrets Congress Doesn’t Talk About – Everyone needs to have an idea of how Social Security is taxed, and this article features that information and what you need to know before you take that second job.
Jason Hull @ Hull Financial Planning writes Balancing a Safety Net With Wanderlust – Sell everything and travel around the world? Wait until you retire to travel? Sabbaticals? How do you balance your desire to travel now with the fear of becoming the bag lady and having to eat cat food when you’re older?
eemusings @ NZ Muse writes Fitting travel into your life plan – How do you budget for and prioritise travel?
Robert @ Kids Ain’t Cheap writes Breastfeeding at Work? – One sector of our health department is telling her, and all women, to breastfeed anywhere and everywhere while another sector is conflicting telling her to breastfeed privately and not at her place on employment, a restaurant.
Penny Thots @ Penny Thots writes Fighting Off the Sniffles – You may be coming down with a cold — or worse yet, that nasty flu that’s been making inroads this winter. Can you keep it from getting a foothold?
Savvy Scot @ The Savvy Scot writes Change Your Life in 10 Steps – The Final Episode – The Conclusion of the ‘Change Your Life Series’ – a 10 post collection that addresses making a BIG CHANGE in ten small steps. From health and fitness to finance and knowledge, the series examines simple ways to make a significant change. The final episode discusses setting goals that are achievable and gives tips on how to keep them.
Miss T. @ Prairie Eco Thrifter writes How to Lose Weight after the Holidays – I however, am able to lose the weight after the holidays because I know how my body works. Learning how to work with your body will allow you to lose the extra weight you gained during the holidays.
David Leonhardt @ Self-Help Happiness Blog writes Name Your Tune – This film, co-staring Alison Postma and Chantalyne, comes with a message: the importance of making your work your own. Don’t just copy someone else’s work; build on it. Put yourself into it. Make it your own.
Teacher Man @ My University Money writes How Much to Tip When You Are a Poor Student – The whole topic of how much to tip has been done to death in my opinion, but are “the rules” always the same for everyone?
Michelle @ Making Sense of Cents writes Wedding Ideas – Today I am just showing you some of the MANY MANY MANY things that I have been pinning on Pinterest. I love it all and I’m so excited to plan a wedding. Sorry to my manly readers And sorry to those who follow my personal Pinterest page, it is probably extremely annoying. I am a crazy planner and love planning anything.
WEALTH AND RETIREMENT
Mr.CBB @ Canadian Budget Binder writes Finances In The New Year+Budget=Success Formula – This post is about finances and budgeting in the New Year. It’s about a lifestyle change so it becomes part of every day life rather than a daunting chore. -Mr.CBB
Marvin @ Brick By Brick Investing writes Successful Investor Eliminate Debt – Detailed description of why it is imperative for you to eliminate debt if you want to become a successful investor.
Gary @ Gajizmo writes How Much Should I Save Each Month? – Once the bad habit of overspending is stopped and saving begins, the next question should be, how much do I save each month? The answer depends on your personal financial situation, but here are a few guidelines to fully fund your emergency savings, retirement, and think about short vs. long term needs.
Little House @ Little House in the Valley writes Generational Family Businesses that Work – With any generational business, handing down a well-run business and then continuing to prosper by adding services or expanding, makes for a great business model.
Alexa @ Modest Money writes Modesty Really is the Best Policy – It is a completely natural feeling to want things and want them now. After all we are human beings. The key to getting the things you want is sacrifice. Live modestly now, live it up later.
Jason @ Frugal Rules writes A New Year, a New Opportunity – With the New Year soon upon us it’s a great time to reflect on the past year and use it as a guide post for the next year. What things would you like to accomplish? What stretch goals do you have?
Suba @ Wealth Informatics writes Negotiate your rent-A step by step guide to saving money by negotiating a lower rent – Negotiating a lower rent can save 1000s of dollar every year. Here is a step by step guide (including negotiation scripts)to walk you through the process of successful negotiation.
Chris @ Money & I @ Money & I writes Record Shops in London – Where to Buy Music? – A thrifty music freak/PF blogger explains where to find and how to buy amazing, yet still well-priced records in London.
David Bar @ Bar Whiz Blog writes Top 54 Beer Blogs – Today we would like to share with you a list of our most favorite Beer Blogs – from the informative to the downright ridiculous, these 54 beer bloggers really know their stuff.
Young @ Young And Thrifty writes Is a Costco Membership Worth It? – To figure out whether a Costco membership can really pull its weight, I am going to list the pros and cons of shopping at Costco.