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Sunday Money Roundup – Back To New Mexico Edition.

In about a week, my wife and I are going back to New Mexico yet again to hopefully finalize the details on the house we want to rent. We are going to look at a few more while we are there, but we really like this one house we have been talking to the owner of. Our move should take place in June once she is done with the school year, but we are getting nervous – it’s hard to leave somewhere you have been for so long and leave behind our friends. However, we know it is what we want to do to change our lifestyle so it has to be done. While I contemplate moving 900 miles from the ocean, check out some articles that caught my eye this past week:

Articles From The M-Network:

Articles From My RSS Reader:


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  1. Brip Blap says:

    Good luck in NM! Relocating is always a little scary, but if you’ve done your research (obviously you have, based on past posts where you’ve talked about it) and you’re feeling confident that you’re doing the right thing, it’s going to work out. I envy you – it sounds like you’re making a smart move.

    Thanks for including me in your roundup!

  2. Mrs. Micah says:

    You can be the dictator before her. Maybe even mentor her up…she’s still young after all. 🙂

  3. Frugal Dad says:

    Thanks for including the “Frugal Fast” in your roundup!

  4. Pinyo says:

    Good luck with the move to New Mexico. You’re a brave man.

  5. Patrick says:

    Good luck in NM! I’ve relocated a couple times, and it is a lot of work and can be a hassle. But it’s also very exciting!

    Thanks for including my link. 🙂

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