Favorite Blog Wednesday – Simply Well Done.


The third personal finance site in my series “Favorite Blog Wednesday” is The Simple Dollar, written by a guy named Trent. First off, I have to comment that while I do not know how Trent comes up with so many smart posts, I sure do appreciate it. There is nothing worse than a blog that never updates; but with The Simple Dollar you never have to worry about that, as every day there are a bunch of well written posts.

Trent likes to cover both personal finance information as well as general quality of life discussions like career boosters and books that have changed his life. It always amazes me that he continues to come up with great post ideas, you would think that eventually one would run out of posts. But not Trent, he is a writing machine. Some interesting reads to familiarize yourself with The Simple Dollar:

  • Five Minute Finances is a series of tips on how you can save significant money or reorganize your financial life in just five minutes. These tips appear Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
  • Ways that your local library can transform your life without even checking out a book.
  • A great series on 31 days to fix your finances. If you are having trouble with your finances, this might be a good place to start. There are a lot of people around the personal finance blogoshere taking part in this series, you should too!
  • If you do not already read The Simple Dollar, I suggest you start right away. I mean, the guy has 3500 regular readers through his RSS feed, so he must be doing something right. I promise you that you will not be disappointed.

    So head on over to The Simple Dollar, and be sure to stay tuned for blog #4 next Wednesday!

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