This week has been pretty crazy with a lot going on here at Debt Roundup. I have been pushing a lot of new connections with other bloggers, started guest posting on other blogs, along with just working on cleaning up my back-end HTML code to make the site load a little faster. This is just how it is being a website owner. You are responsible for everything that happens.
There have also been some quality articles published by my fellow personal finance bloggers. I always enjoy reading about how other people handle their finances, so I can not only compare it to my own views, but other viable options. There is no one way to deal with money, and that is why I love the personal finance space. It is ever growing and always changing. I just hope that I can keep up.
Here are this week’s finance blog roundup. I have read and enjoyed these articles and I hope you will as well. Check out the articles below and follow some of these bloggers if you get the chance.
- I Am a Cheap-Ass Santa: A Christmas Shopping Rant – Club Thrifty
- Adding to Our Family Without Subtracting from Our Budget – Get Rich Slowly
- How Does An Umbrella Policy Work And How Much Does It Cost? – Financial Samurai
- The Daunting Reality of Financial Woes – Pelican on Money
- Tackle Your Debt One Bill At A Time To Have Rewarding Results – She Budgets
- Protecting Your Possessions With Home Contents Insurance – Modest Money
- Not All Debt is Bad – PT Money
- How to Prevent & Eliminate High-Interest Credit Card Debt - Money Crashers
- Should You Buy the Extended Auto Warranty? Four Questions to Ask - Money Under 30
- Whole vs. Term Life Insurance – Which is Better? Out of Your Rut
- How to Save Money on Home Improvement Projects – Tackling Our Debt
- Is Black Friday All it’s Cracked up to Be? – Frugal Rules
- My Best Financial Tip – Canadian Budget Binder
- 15 truths about money – Daily Money Shot
Next week, I will be launching a random blog finder that will allow anyone to go to a random personal finance site. This is in hopes that they will find a new blog that they have never been to. I will let everyone know on twitter and on Debt Roundup when it is launched. On that note, I hope everyone has a great weekend.