Amy @ Money Mishaps writes Airline Fees That Might Actually Be Worth Paying For – While most people are loathed to pay anything extra when traveling by plane, especially considering that it is so darned expensive already, there are actually a few extras that might be worth paying for.
Marissa @ Finance Triggers writes Cheap Places to Travel this Fall – With summer winding to an end, there is no better time to take advantage of cheap travel rates. Hotels, airlines, and other players in the travel industry are feeling the post-Summer slump and are looking for ways to encourage travel. Here are a few avenues to explore when looking for some extra savings on your fall travels.
Adam @ Travel Ideas writes 5 Things Rio de Janeiro Taught Me about Myself – Experiences are everything when it comes to traveling and trying everything out are priceless memories.
Pauline @ Reach Financial Independence writes European trip update, Northern Spain leg – Here is my European trip update and our bike trip recap through Northern Spain!
saverspender @ Save. Spend. Splurge. writes What’s the most you’ve ever spent on a piece of clothing? – What’s the most you’ve ever spent on a piece of clothing?
Stefanie @ The Broke and Beautiful Life writes Running the Marathon: No Frills Attached – How to run the marathon without spending a fortune on “extras” like gear, music, gym membership, etc
Jon Haver @ Pay My Student Loans writes When Do College Graduates Need Life Insurance – Most students graduating from college feel like they have their whole life ahead of them, and the last thing they want to think about is buying a life insurance policy. They might think there is plenty of time to do so and place life insurance under the heading of something to buy at some later (unspecified) date.
Robert @ Kids Ain’t Cheap writes Saving Money By Throwing Themed Parties, Showers and Events – If you’re a parent planning a party, shower or event for you kids, or are helping a parenting plan an event like this, you need to read this post!
J Rodriguez @ Modest Money writes How I Got Away With An Anniversary Under $200! – It’s not always that we have money to spend on our loved ones during special occasions. Being broke, however, doesn’t mean the end of expressing our heartfelt feelings to our loved ones…You can wow her or him on a meager budget
Adam Kamerer @ Stop Worrying About Money writes 5 Christmas Gift Ideas For Friends and Family Who Struggle With Money – No one likes seeing family or friends struggle under mountains of debt and other financial woes. It is even worse when Christmas rolls around.
Jason B @ The Butler Journal writes Homecoming Weekend – Tips on how to enjoy your college football homecoming weekend.
WEALTH AND RETIREMENT
Rich @ Growing Money Smart writes The Power Of Realizing When You are Wrong, and Recovering – If you can master realizing when you are wrong, I think you can grow from it. Even the most intelligent of us make mistakes, but believing you are always right hurting your prospects in life.
SFB @ Simple Finance Blog writes How To Survive Office Politics – Everyone in an office environment is most likely to experience office politics in some form or the other.
Suba @ Broke Professionals writes Medicare – Turning 65 – Medicare – Turning 65 is a post from Broke Professionals if you enjoy it, please visit us and subscribe to the Feed.
Cat Alford @ Budget Blonde writes How to Handle Winning the Lottery or Any Financial Windfall – There are right ways and wrong ways to handle winning the lottery or getting a huge inheritance check. See the steps you should take if you’re the lucky one!
Crystal @ Budgeting in the Fun Stuff writes The Minimalism-Personal Finance Connection – For years I didn’t want anything to do with minimalism. I love my stuff and I had no intention of getting rid of it all. Then I started down the rabbit hole.
Lauren @ L Bee and the Money Tree writes Anniversaries on a Budget – A few ideas on how to have an awesome yet moderately priced anniversary celebration.
Michelle @ The Shop My Closet Project writes Personal Finance Blogger Hell-Never achieving my financial goals – There is a blog that I read from time to time and have read for the past year or so. Each time I check out a post, I’m hoping and praying that things have begun to turn around for this blogger. They never seem to. About six months ago I began to notice something they were still at the point where they had started when they had begun writing the blog a number of years ago.
Jester @ The Ultimate Juggle writes Home Financial Education Tips For Raising Kids – This is a list of 4 ways that I’m teaching my kids how to handle and manage money. So far, it has been very successful.
SBB @ Simple Budget Blog writes Freelance Budgeting: How to Budget Your Self-Published Book – The publishing industry must make room for self-publishing! What you need to categorize in order to put out and market your self-published book.
Justin @ Root of Good @ Root of Good writes Rethinking Retirement – Nick from Pretired.org guest posts at Root of Good and discusses “retirement” as an alternative view of the traditional concept of retirement. Pretirement is a phase of life where you can do what you want to do for fun and for an income.
Kylie Ofiu @ Aspiring Millionaire writes Should you move for cheaper rent or is it better to stay – I am in the position where rents have dropped where I live, but we have moved 3 times in 12 months. Is it worth moving again for reduced rent? I have 4 scenarios to choose from here. What would you do?
Vanessa @ Vanessa’s Money writes The Great TFSA/IRA vs RRSP/401(k) Debate – I answer, once and for all, the great debate over which retirement vehicle is right for you!
Jefferson @ Primal Weight Loss.net writes Finishing a 5K Without Stopping – When you start running, finishing a 5K is a nice accomplishment. Finishing one without stopping, is even better.
Claire @ ReadyForZero Blog writes Prevent Food Waste and Save Money With These Easy Tricks – Americans toss 40% of their groceries! That means food wasted and money wasted. This article shares some tips to help you prevent food spoilage and save money as a result!
Mr.CBB @ Canadian Budget Binder writes Turkey and Pumpkin Lasagna – You don’t have to stick to the tried and true traditional lasagna for a family lunch or dinner. If you love pumpkin and have lots of extra use it up in your lasagna with a simple recipe like this.
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