There is so much on the internet that intrigues me! Some of these are on the older side, but they are great if you didn't get a chance to read them the first time around!
Leo talks about selfless compassion and how we as mere humans can develop this trait. It's hard to be kind to everyone we meet, and imagine everything through their eyes, but we can always give it a shot!
Kirstin Wong talks about lifestyle inflation and if there is a reasonable way to do it. She also discusses job loss and how to deal with this tough subject.
Linda writes about how money and happiness correlate and how often a large amount of money really doesn't mean anything at the end of the day.
What do you do when you are in debt? Well, if you are a good PFer, you'll try and pay it off as quick as possible. Frugal Rules has a great article on how to get your butt moving in the right direction!
One of my favorite articles in a few weeks was by Bridget and increasing net worth by 25k a year. On a 50k salary. Yes, she went there. It's awesome and even if you don't think you can, you probably can learn something to help you become even savvier with your money.
If we want to start saving some money, perhaps the best thing we can do is cut out the things we don't need. Over at Just A Little Less, being able to cut out spending by shopping less is a great way to start!
Reading! One of my favorite things! Leo has a few recommendations, but it's what he says about reading that is worth heading over there.
Glorifying Debt! Sounds interesting right? Over at Dear Debt, she talks about whether going to school and accumulating so much in student loans was really worth it. In my opinion, it really depends on the individual and the situation.
At Dear Debt, she talks about her ex-lover, savings. It's a great post about how savings are a wonderful thing, but how they need to take a backseat at times when debt is in the picture (talk about a third wheel!).
At Mo' Money Mo' Houses, she's got some special news to share!!!
As all of you know, I've been considering purchasing a car for the longest, and at Journey to Saving, they are contemplating the same thing! However, they are a bit on opposite sides, due to his car not being completely on it's last leg.
At Budgets are Sexy, J. Money tries to help someone who feels they never have enough money and want to stretch it as far as possible.
At Thirty Six Months, the situation described, of helping others, and can you afford that, sort of reminds me of me! Do you know anyone else like that? Anyway, a great article on what to do to know where your money goes!
Being able to Create Space is sometimes difficult for us at one point or another. But this article should help with even carving out ten to fifteen more minutes in your day!
Whew...Well that was a list! Get some coffee (or tea) and get started!