Since I’m no longer eating much food for the belly, I thought I’d focus on some food for thought. (Do you have any idea how long it took for me to come up with such a lame opening line for this article? Seriously, this blogging stuff can be hard work.) So, here are some articles that I really enjoyed from past few days, written by my fellow personal finance bloggers:
All Financial Matters writes about the luck factor and investing. Be sure to read the entire article, especially the final few sentences.
Tricia, who is awesome, has written about the awesome program, Modest Needs. Why? Because Tricia ROCKS, that’s why!
Blueprint gives the scoop on credit card’s and their rewards programs. (Why, oh why, would the nice little credit card companies give their beloved customers rewards? Hmmm… check out this list of the top 500 companies in the world and make a note of how many of them are in the financial / debt / credit business. In the end, I can promise you that giving out rewards is not hurting the credit card industry. They. Know. What. They. Are. Doing.)
Blunt Money has made a firm decision about eating out.
Boston Gal always finds unique, interesting, informative articles.. Too many to spotlight just one, so visit her site and click around.
CFO says that you can make your own baby food. Wow. With a new baby on the way, do I dare try this? Have any of you done this? Sounds pretty cool.
Clever Dude has mention that my wife and I are going to have another baby, our third, in April? Oh, I did? My bad.) I can tell you why we had kids – We love kids, we love being parents, we love big families, we love each other, and we just want a big house filled with toys, laughter, friends, and family. When my wife and I were in high school, she would babysit kids in her neighborhood. From time to time, whenever I’d get a night off from work, I’d go help her watch the kids. I watched how she interacted with those kids, and I knew that I wanted to marry her. Man, I’m really a sappy dork.. (Did I
That’s enough food for now. Throughout the course of the weekend, I’ll work my way through the rest of my blog-roll. Eating too much at one time can give you a tummy ache. (Hahahaha!)