I hope everyone is enjoying their weekend. I know that ours has been a little chaotic, but good none-the-less. Before I break down some quality articles that are present in the personal finance blog-o-sphere this week, I wanted to talk about something that has got under my skin. I have had my fair share of websites stealing my content, but I have had enough. If those that are stealing my content do not wish to follow the rules, then I will be forced to use my bad side to teach you a valuable lesson. Consider this your final warning!
Happy Mother’s Day everyone. I hope you are all enjoying spending time with your family today and relaxing. While I am running around doing errands, cleaning the house, and washing my wife’s car, I figured I would share some great reads for this week. There were so many to choose from that it can be hard to choose, but I do have a weekly top 12 to create. I hope you enjoy this week’s reads and I look forward to seeing you next week!
The DR Digest is going to be a simple collection of great reads for the week. I read a lot of articles throughout each and every week. I want to share these great works with my readers in hopes that you can find something that might help you in your financial journey. I can’t possibly list all of the awesome articles out there each and every week, so I am going with my top 12 list again. I like to be a little different and 12 is so much cooler than 10. So, I hope you enjoy the resurrection of the weekly roundup.
Welcome to the weekends fellow debt wranglers. I am glad you stopped by to see what was happening at Debt Roundup. For those that follow on a regular basis, I am behind the scenes creating a new look and feel for the site. I have been working hard on it for two weeks and I was hoping to push it out this weekend. After some thinking, I decided to hold off because I need to do some important maintenance on my project vehicle (1990 Jeep Wrangler). It needs to go get a safety inspection by the 31st of this month, so I need to get it up to par. Oh well, it will be nice and I have cold beer in my garage fridge. YES!
I hope all of you had a good week. I had another crazy busy week and I am currently attending a wedding as the best man. I have been trying to keep everything under control this week, but it seems that I let everything slip away from me. I have not been around much in the Personal Finance blog-o-sphere. I have too much going on right now, with this wedding, website redesign, work, and the baby. I am not complaining, but just upset with myself for falling behind. If I regularly comment on your blog, please forgive me for not being as attentive as I should be. I will get it together soon enough.
Welcome to the weekend fellow debt wranglers. This week went by quickly for me, like many other weeks. My job is pushing me toward the brink of madness. I have had my face dug into one or two excel sheets for the last 2 weeks. It starts to make my head go insane and I think I am dreaming about excel sheets at night. That is never good. Do I have to pay Microsoft royalties for dreaming about one of their products? I hope not.
Wait, what is going on here? Why is the Weekly Roundup coming out on Saturday? Well, my friends, I am making some changes here at Debt Roundup. I have been running hard to try and get into a rhythm that I enjoy. I have been inundated with guest post requests and people that want me to guest post on their site. I am just trying to find the time. Starting this week and going forward, I will no longer be posting my weekly roundup on Friday.
Is it Friday already? I don’t even know where this week went. Did I fall asleep and just wake up? I mean, really, what happened? This week has flown by quicker than I would have liked. I feel that I am extremely behind on everything. I would love to try to catch up this weekend, but I am heading off to a bachelor party for one of my good friends. It should be a great weekend, but I know I will miss my son. This will be the first time that I am away from him besides when I am at work. We will see how it goes.
Well, it is Friday and the beginning of a new month. The month of change (or at least proposed change) is behind us and now we are in the action month. February is the month that you should take action on your game plan that you drew out so intently in January. If you don’t take action, you can’t see change. Today is also the day that the Debt Movement is officially starting. If you haven’t signed up, then I would recommend doing so. I hope you all enjoy the roundup!
Happy Friday, fellow debt wranglers! I don’t know about you, but it has been a long week this week. I have been sleeping sporadically (if you have a child, you know what I am talking about) and it is starting to affect my thought processes. I am usually one that people come to in order to solve problems at work. This is a job that I love, but lately, I feel that I have been slipping. Something that should take me a few moments to figure out is now taking me hours. I know that it is just due to the extreme lack of sleep, but it irritates me. Either way, I hope you enjoy this week’s roundup.