It has been quite a while!
For those of you who do not know my wife and I had our first son last March and while I sincerely thought my blog would continue, having two children under the age of two in one house is a lot to handle. At the end of the day family comes first. My son is almost one now and things are becoming easier, so you will definitely start seeing more of me around the blogosphere! =)
Every week I scour the internet for articles that help me increase my financial I.Q. and reiterate the fundamental financial values that have brought me to where I am today. It is my pleasure to share my learning experiences and growth with my readers. Here are the best articles I’ve read all week:
Best Investment Strategy – Dan over at Dividend growth investing created his first video for the Dividend Growth Academy. It’s aimed at investors looking for the best investment strategies. I personally believe in the same investment philosophy that Dan is trying to promote.
How To Save Money – Are you living paycheck to paycheck and want to break the cycle? Do you want to learn how to save money? Then Jon over at Money Smart Guides has some answers for you.
High Paying Jobs Without A College Degree – I recently watched an interview with the host from dirty jobs discussing how our generation has pushed everyone towards four year institutions that we have a deficit in a lot of our trade crafts.
Saving While Paying Off Debt – Grayson opens up about a new saving method for individuals looking to save. In this series he explains how you can save money while paying off debt.
10 Cheap Ideas for Keeping Kids Entertained – My daughter absolutely loves playdoh and Alexa gave us the recipe to make our own. If you have children I recommend you definitely check out her post!
Reflections On An Indebted Life – Michelle opens up about her debt and her plan to pay it off in less than 3 years. We wish her luck and look forward to following her progress.
Cherry Cheesecake – This has absolutely nothing to do with finance but I plan to devour one of these this weekend =)
Which Asset Allocation Is Right For You? – The perfect asset allocation doesn’t exist. Asset allocation is as much art as science. It doesn’t come with an answer correct to five decimal places – or indeed any decimal places – because the results will depend on unpredictable events yet to come.
Save Thousands Per Year With This Easy Trick – The trick is called meal planning, by properly planning and budgeting your meals over the course of a month or two you can save a tremendous amount of money!
Blog Marketing | SEO Analysis – Jessica breaks down SEO analysis for your website and how to interpret certain statistics.
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