Hello Everyone! Thank you very much for being a part of Squirrelers, and contributing to the growing readership. I appreciate your continued interest as we grow, whether you’re commenting, reading, lurking, or stopping by for the first time.
I often say this, but if you have any feedback or comments on things you particularly like, would like to see more of, or would like changed, please feel fee to reach out to me via the contact form. Also, I’m open to guest posts here, so please feel free to get in touch if you would like to contribute in that way.
So, with that opening, here are my updates and favorites:
Personal Finance Blog Giveaways
There are some nice giveaways being held at several really good personal finance blogs:
- Couple Money is holding a 1st anniversary laptop giveway (it’s almost over – get there by September 26)
- Out of Debt Again is holding a 3rd “Blogoversary” giveaway (better hurry, ends September 27)
- Invest It Wisely is holding a 6 month giveaway contest (ends September 29)
Squirrelers in Blog Carnivals
This week, Squirrelers was included in the following carnival:
- What Kind of Car Should a Teenager Be Driving? was included in the Festival of Frugality #248 at Watson Inc.
Favorites from the Personal Finance Blogosphere
Below are a variety of articles that caught my eye this week. If you have some time, give them a read!
- In the Trenches – A Reader’s Story, at In the Trenches (Guest post by Practical Parsimony)
- The Educated Indentured Servant, at Generation X Finance (Guest post by Roshawn Watson)
- 10 Ways to Budget and Spend Less than you Earn, at Maximizing Money
- Take this House and Shove It, at Wealth Informatics
- Going Too Far to Save Money, at Budgeting in the Fun Stuff
- 21 Reasons Why Corner Lots are for Suckers, at Len Penzo
- What Will Happen When Kids Have to Live in the Real World, at Everyday Thoughts and Tips
- How to Prepare for a Financial Hardship Before it Happens, at Redeeming Riches
- Public Safety, or Public Revenue, at Invest it Wisely
- Financial to a Fault, at Punch Debt in the Face
- A Solid Retirement Planning Checklist for Your Mid 30’s to 40’s, at One Money Design
- Sacrifices to Get Ahead, at First Gen American
- Compare Traditional and Roth IRA, at Cash Money Life