Southern California is becoming more and more dangerous to live in….between the earthquakes, the mudslides and these yearly wildfires, I cannot wait to move away from here. Moving to Taos could not come soon enough! While I contemplate leaving this place, here are some articles that I found interesting this past week:
Money Ning ponders becoming debt free and what he would do at that point.
No Credit Needed has a great post up titled “I Just Purchased A Minivan – Here’s How I Purchased Our Used (But New-To-Us) Vehicle Without Borrowing Any Money“.
Zen Habits lets you in on 9 Tips to Throw Off the Chains of Consumerism.
Silicon Valley Blogger decides it’s time to leave the rat race and retire. I could not agree more and could not be happier now that I am “semi-retired” and working for myself!
Punny Money tells you how you should go about Laying Down Ground Rules Before Entering Into A Roommate Situation.
Lazy Man And Money talks about the new Ebay ads saying “It’s better when you win it“…and I have to agree with him on his opinion.
And from the M-Network:
Being Frugal talks about the benefits of unemployment.
Christian PF covers Kiplinger’s “Best of 2007″ issue.
DebtFREE-Revolution ponders the question “If I were Debt Free”¦”.
Gather Little By Little has some tips for saving money while eating out.
Moolanomy covers his family’s emergency plan for financial emergencies – do you have one?
Paid Twice comes back from vacation and goes over the vacation budget.
Plonkee Money asks “Are you swayed by marketing?”
Single Guy & Money is still shopping for an inexpensive investment property.
The Dough Roller put together a great post titled The Doomsday Fund: How Planning for the Worst Prepares You for the Best.
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