Weekend Links: Becoming a Writer for Money Under 30
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As of this week, I am a contributing blogger for Money Under 30 – a personal finance blog maintained by David Weliver intended for (well, you know) everyone under the age of 30. So, whatever has been catching your attention here at Realm of Prosperity will also most likely interest you at Money Under 30. Subscribe to Money Under 30’s RSS feed to keep updated!
On to some articles worth reading this week around the personal finance blogosphere:
- Why Some People Know They Saved As Much as They Possibly Can at MoneyNing. This post uses a great analogy between a bar game and testing your limits. It suggests that we should save to the point where we cannot save anymore to determine how much we can push our finances for the better.
- Live Within Your Own Means, Not the Means of Others at Five Cent Nickel. A friend of mine is thinking of getting a newer car because he expects to be getting a raise soon. This article supports my advice to him that a raise doesn’t mean he has to spend more.
- Visualizing How Your Stuff Owns You at Steadfast Finances. A great post that points out how much of a person’s existence is occupied with “stuff” and clutter, which is accumulated by the spending of money. Don’t spend so much and enjoy freedom from materialism.
Here are some links to carnivals and mentions of Realm of Prosperity:
- Best of Personal Finance Roundup: How to Hide Naughty Credit Card Purchases at Wise Bread
- Carnival of Personal Finance #235: The Cinderella Edition at Well-Heeled, with a Mission
- Money Hacks Carnival XCV – The Tiger Woods, We Hardly Knew Ye Edition at Len Penzo dot Com
- Emily’s list: New faces edition at the CreditCards.com blog
- Carnival of Personal Finance #233: Welcome to Webcomics at A Gai Shan Life