When I started working with Joe (if you’re curious, the latest installment of that story is here), I thought I’d write a lot more over here. So far, that hasn’t been the case. I’ve been busy behind the scenes but haven’t written much. All that is about to change.
We can talk more about me later (and until you’re sick of hearing about me, I’m sure!), but first, let’s talk about some of the recent blog posts that are absolutely worth reading.
I know, it’s easy to think you only need to come to one place for all your financial advice. That’s a nice sentiment, but decidedly untrue.
Below are ten links from other blogs you should be reading:
- Marisa is traveling around the world as a digital nomad and tells us why we should consider doing the same.
- Shannon is keeping it real. Financially real. Curious what that means? She explains it here.
- One of Austin’s readers asked if they should sell or rent their home. This, of course, is a simple question, with a complex answer. In fact, he volleys back with questions to ask if you’re in that situation.
- Speaking of great questions to ask, Linda asks us to get reflective and see if it’s time for a wealth makeover.
- Cat writes about how to be more efficient when working from home. I work from home. I should take her advice!
- Sam asks whether having a good credit score even matters anymore. Short answer: yes, but not as much when the economy is good.
- The IRS told Barb she owed $25,000. She writes great advice for people who might get audited.
- Erin wrote about the necessity of hope when paying off debt. She is so, so right.
- You’d never frost a cake before you bake it, says Rocky. So why are you doing that with your finances? Warning: reading this post may make you want to eat cake. Just me? Carry on.
- Tonya warns us that dropping an iPhone while on vacation adds quite a bit to that little vacation budget of yours.
One Silly Thing from Amazon
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Charge Large: The game where you manage your debt and assets to find success. Players begin with Gold, an entry level credit card, and cash. Travel around the board leveraging both cash and credit to win. The goal is to upgrade to the Black Card, accumulate $2500 in cash, and have no dollars in debt.