Weekend Reading: Links Of The Week 4/25/09

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Wow, it’s already been another week!  As Financial Literacy Month winds down, financial bloggers around the web continue to have some truly great posts.  Here at Man Vs. Debt, we had a great week as well.  We eclipsed 100 subscribers and have increased unique visitors, page views, and comments once again!  I appreciate everyone who has stopped by this week and hope you’ll continue to come back for more!


My Favorite 3 Posts…

  • Gather Little By Little double-dog-dared us to Budget For 30 Days!  He’s had several people literally accept his challenge.  Great job motivating people into action!

Man Vs. Debt Around The Web…

Personal Finance Carnivals…

Best Of The Rest…

  • Get Rich Slowly detailed his own financial Turning Point in his life, which really stimulated some thought about the events that really turned my financial life around.
  • My Money Blog gives new meaning to the thought of making some side income.  Sex is involved.
  • Consumer Commentary is running a “Money-Basics” Series where he has written on the basics of Checking, Savings, and APR vs. APY.
  • The Financial Nut provide yet another great guide, this time about The SEP IRA.

Non-Personal Finance Spotlight!

My discovery this week is sort of a cheat.  They do discuss personal finance, but regularly talk about other topics, as well.  The blog is Zen College Life and even though I’m no longer in college I love reading the articles.  Has a great design, as well!  See what you think.

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Do You Dave Ramsey? April 26, 2009 at 12:41 AM

Great stuff Baker… congrats on your incredible growth and thanks for the link!


Do You Dave Ramsey?’s last blog post..Debt is Squalor


Kelly April 26, 2009 at 8:35 AM

Thanks for the link love!
You’ve had huge growth this week, congratulations! :)

Kelly’s last blog post..around the web: taking the day off edition


Laura @ move to portugal April 26, 2009 at 10:22 AM

What a great round up of posts! Congrats on the growth :)


The Digerati Life April 29, 2009 at 8:19 PM

This is a massive roundup and a lot of reading! wow! :) Congrats on your milestones!

The Digerati Life’s last blog post..Why I Pick Stocks: Choosing Individual Stocks Over Mutual Funds


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