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The Weekly Debt Roundup Digest – 5/5/2013

The Weekly Debt Roundup Digest   5/5/2013 round up 2 Happy Cinco de Mayo everyone!  I hope you are enjoying the day.  If you didn’t realize, I am bringing back my weekly roundup, but under a little different format and on a different day.  I have always enjoyed other sites featuring my work, so I wanted to return the favor.  I used to do this when I first started blogging, but when I redesigned the site, that type of post just fell to the wayside.  I am not dedicated to bringing it back.

Meet the Weekly Debt Roundup Digest

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.

The Top 12 Personal Finance Articles

  1. My Wife and I Split on Frugal Rules written by Chris from This That and the MBA
  2. Be Honest with Yourself First on Enemy of Debt
  3. Learn how to invest when you still have debt on Johnny Moneyseed
  4. Why Do People Think Investing is a Good Idea? on The College Investor
  5. Are You in the Habit of Wasting Money? on Eyes on the Dollar
  6. 7 Ways to Know You’ve Got Too Much Debt on Young and Thrifty
  7. Can Tipping Change a Waiter’s Behavior? on Consumerism Commentary
  8. The Tale of Bad Car Bill on 1500 Days to Freedom
  9. Investing is War on Brick by Brick Investing
  10. Birds of a Feather Save Together on ThriftGenuity
  11. Jesse on Retirement: “The Whole Idea is Starting to Bug Me” on You Need a Budget
  12. Being Broke Sucks, But It Forces You to get Creative on Generation X Finance

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About Grayson Bell

I am an average Joe, who built up over $50,000 worth of credit card debt and had to learn how to break it back down. It took 4 years of learning budgets, secrets, and many other personal finance tricks in order to cut the debt to $0. Now, I push to teach others not only how to get out of debt, but how to use credit wisely and how to start growing their wealth. You can view my other site, Sprout Wealth for ways to grow your money. I am also a freelance personal finance writer who provides staff writing and ghost writing services.

12 comments

  1. Looks like great stuff here, Grayson. Thanks for sharing. I loved The Tale of Bad Car Bill. :-)
    Laurie @thefrugalfarmer recently posted..Getting Out Of Debt Vs. You Only Live OnceMy Profile

  2. Thanks so much for mentioning Chris’ post on my site Grayson, I really appreciate it! I think it stirred some good dialogue on a timely topic. Have a great rest of the weekend sir!
    John S @ Frugal Rules recently posted..Shout Out Saturday #16My Profile

  3. Those seem to be great links. I came across the Bad Car Bill story myself last week and it’s an amazing post, so I better be reading the rest of them too! Cheers.
    Dennis recently posted..8 Ways You Will Profit From CyclingMy Profile

  4. Thanks for the mention! I appreciate it!
    The College Investor recently posted..Investing In CanadaMy Profile

  5. Thanks for including the post from EOD!
    Travis recently posted..I’m NOT Paying More Than You Quoted Me!My Profile

  6. A bit late, but thanks so much for the mention.
    Kim@Eyesonthedollar recently posted..Solving the World’s Problems From KindergartenMy Profile

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