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Tweet Last month my Yakezie member profile was featured and I received many kind remarks from other Yakezie bloggers, some I knew and some I didn’t. But, I am glad they commented because now I have a whole new segment of blogs to read and enjoy! For this roundup, let me introduce you to a […]

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Tweet Blog & personal updates First off, congratulations to the winner of the $60 CSN giveaway: Laura @ So alaurable! I will email you on how to redeem your prize.  Thank you to everyone who entered. In other news, I will be doing some writing for the LendingTree blog. So this Labor Day I am […]

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Tweet This week will be my first week of work – very exciting. I’m sure I have much to learn. I am also in the process of booking some interesting freelance work. The extra money will surely come into handy as I try to go to Galapagos before I turn 80. Here are some notable […]

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Tweet You’ve probably heard the term Yakezie floating around the personal finance blogosphere. Don’t worry, it’s not a club where rites of initiation include a blood bonding test and “wolf pack” speech a la The Hangover. It’s just a group of bloggers who joined the Yakezie Challenge to help each other, improve our Alexa rankings, […]

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Tweet Personal Finance Enemy of Debt is hosting a Money Challenge for the month of March. There will be prizes, but the greatest prize of all is gaining control over your finances, right? Right? Eking Out a Living found a job! Congratulations to her, especially in this job environment. Frugal Dad talks about the art […]

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Tweet Personal Finance I DO care what people think [Me in Millions]: I do, too. I think most people do, despite what they may say. Resistance is futile: Why buy-and-hold beats value investing [Pop Economics]: Value investing might be better, but Pop Economics argues that it’s not better for you. Automation: Why you don’t have […]

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Tweet My Honey, My Money Do you have a story to share about money & relationships? If so, please contribute to this new series by sending me an email with your stories! Budgets Are Sexy and Fabulously Broke are already participating, don’t you want to be as cool as them? Personal Finance 2010 means tax […]

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Tweet Personal Finance Bundle.com – this is one fun site to poke around in. Lots of visually appealing data on spending by demographics, location, income level, etc. You can drill down to individual zip codes and check what people around you are spending on clothes, food, car, insurance, etc. Frugal Dreamer is spending less than […]

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Tweet Personal Finance Formspring.me is a new feature that lets people ask questions anonymously. Single Ma and Jen @ Paying Myself have an account. So do Krystal At Work and MoneyMateKate. I don’t, but if you have questions you are always welcome to ask. If you are a personal finance blogger and you have a […]

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Tweet Personal Finance My article on super simple net worth calculation has been syndicated on BlogHer! Everybody knows rebalancing is important, but before you rebalance you have to know what you have, first. Here’s how to check your net worth allocation if you only have 10 minutes (also at BlogHer). Sunflowers at Chronicles of Debt […]

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Tweet As part of my goal to contribute more to the personal finance community, I’m going to make this a regular feature – once a week on Thursday I will be hosting a Run ‘Round the Blogosphere with links to cool posts and interesting news. If you have a post or link that you’d like […]

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