A great place for finding some weekend reading would be over at the 100th Carnival of Personal Finance. There is enough information there to keep you busy for hours. But, there were plenty of good posts that did not make it into the carnival:
Simple Saving Trick: Pay Yourself First and Then Keep Stealing – We’ve all heard about paying yourself first but Golbguru explains why you should be stealing as well.
10 Lies Big Companies Tell You – Those big companies are lying to you! Ben highlights the 10 biggest lies.
I Lost My Job. Mortgage is Due. Now What? – The Lazy Man received an email with that very question.
Do You Take Mental Health Days Off? – This is an interesting topic that I wasn’t aware of, but I would love to have some mental health days off. Free Money Finance picks apart the Smart Money article on the subject.
The Perfect Hobby is One That Makes Money – For many people their hobbies cost money. The Silicon Valley Blogger talks about how finding a hobby that generates money is even better.
Is a Credit Card With No Pre-Set Limit Bad? – The Sun looks into the pros and cons of having such a card.
Should You Buy Travel Insurance? – I don’t think so, but Henry references an article that could change your mind.
I Don’t Want to Be Rich – Jim doesn’t want to be rich. If that is the case I know where he can send his extra cash.
The Importance of Buying Flood Insurance – Even though I didn’t win any prizes in nickel’s giveaway he does make a valid point about how important it is to consider flood insurance.
5 Easy Ways to Make Money Online With No Investment – Who doesn’t like making money without spending any? Some of these methods require little more than some free time.
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