Catherine (tenthz) wrote,
Catherine
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My time is full!

Since last post about abandonnest.com, I've finished reading the blog. This happens. However, I have accrued a great amount of reading material (including blogs that are still being written). This post shall serve as a lovely little way for me to share it with you and for me to not forget the site URLs. I should probably del.icio.us them, too.

Young and Broke
http://youngandbroke.typepad.com/
Being young and broke - the two words are almost synonymous. Yet, a little responsibility can go a long way - especially when helped along by the experience of others.

In Cash Flow We Trust
http://incashflowwetrust.blogspot.com/
Cash Flow-from the Stock Market, Real Estate, Royalties or building a business,is my focus.I was an investment advisor for 15 years & today I speak to audiences nationwide on their financial exit strategy. I have had the privilege of seeing thousands of portfolios and will share with you what works-not theory.

Five Cent Nickel
http://www.fivecentnickel.com/
This site doesn't have it's own little write up for me to copy. It's pretty much completely about finances, though. I don't think I'll be reading this in depth, but even at just a quick glance, I can see there are a few articles which I want to skim through.

Blueprint for Financial Prosperity
http://www.bargaineering.com/articles/
Blueprint for Financial Prosperity is a personal finance blog where I plan to discuss matters of shopping, insurance, investing, retirement, loans, credit cards, mortgages, bargain hunting and other issues related to personal finance. What you will find at Blueprint is a personal finance novice struggling to understand some pretty complex and confusing topics. I’m by no means an expert on anything and I don’t claim to be - you will learn as I learn, struggle as I struggle, and hopefully, together, we can avoid some of the common mistakes we would otherwise fall prey to.

Lifehacker
http://www.lifehacker.com/
Computers make us more productive. Yeah, right. Lifehacker recommends the software downloads and web sites that actually save time. Don't live to geek; geek to live.

Frugal For Life
http://www.frugalforlife.blogspot.com/
I'm not sure if I like the layout of this... it's slightly confusing and definitely doesn't do the "simple life" that it purports, but it looks like there is a lot of great stuff here. If you can find it.

Okay, that's it for now
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