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Weekend Reading List (2/9/13)

dog readingHere is a list of articles from around the web that were valuable to me this week. Hope they will be to you as well. Enjoy your reading and have a great weekend!

LIfe Insurance – Your Most Important Insurance Policy (Kevin at Out of Your Rut explains why life insurance is a must have.)

Investing Experts and the Herd Mentality (Are you one to follow the crowd when you invest? Getting emotional over a panic market sell-off? Jay at The First Million is the Hardest challenges us to block out the noise and stick to our investing plan.)

Time vs. Money: A Constant Issue (How do you balance your time with making money? Justin at The Family Finances shares his thoughts.)

Money Decisions to Make in Your Twenties (Young people…don’t waste your twenties! Read what Kim at Eyes on the Dollar says you should be doing now.)

Financial Responsibility and Kids: It’s Never Too Early to Start (Parents…don’t miss out on teaching your kids about money. There is so much they can learn. Here is the process Tracie Fobes from Penny Pinchin’ Mom uses.)

Bonus Read:

5 Habits of Broke People (Constantly broke? Deacon at Well Kept Wallet clues you into why that may be the case.)

On This Blog: 

Check out Mrs. Luke1428s first ever post and my counter article about shopping for your nerd or free spirit this Valentine’s Day.

How to Shop For Your Nerd This Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day Shopping for Your Free Spirit – Balancing the Nerd Equation


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  1. Thanks for the mention. Have a great day.

  2. Thanks for mentioning my post! Enjoy the weekend!

  3. First Million is the Hardest says

    Thanks for including my post! Have a great weekend!


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