This week I realized how much time a wedding takes. I posted ways on how to save on internet services and then followed up with a post on why people don’t take the time to call and save on services. I also had a chance to grade my progress on my goals and gave myself a B which isn’t bad. Some of my articles made it into carnivals this week as well . Check them out:
Your Credit Card Is Your Budgets Best Friend made it into Money Hacks Carnival- March Madness Baby! over at Good Financial Cents
Some interesting reads from around the personal finance blogospere:
1 – Generation X Finance looks at how to deal with several financial goals at the same time.
2 – The Oblivious Investor lets us know what oblivious investing is.
3 – Canadian Capitalist continues to rip Derek Foster a new one in one of many posts
5 – Thinken My Wallet wonders if you would invest in twitter.
6 – Blunt Money pays her kids for good grades and wants to know if you do too.
7 – Dividends4Life discusses a few metrics to help pick dividend winners.
8 – Canadian Personal Finance Blog makes some good points on why you shouldn’t buy the model home.
9 – Canadian Finance Blog gives a couple of tips to improve your credit score.
10 – The Strump lets us know why he hates buy now pay later loans.