We’ve enjoyed great weather for the first week of school summer vacation here in Virginia Beach. The kids and I have been to the beach a few times, I’ve been riding my bike more than usual, and my parents in-law arrived on Wednesday to enjoy some time with us.
I’ve been so busy with family that I have lost some discipline for posting blog articles. Financially Consumed set a new record for the fewest new posts this past week. I need to turn this around next week and re-focus on producing engaging content.
Thankfully, the Yakezie Network has continued to produce outstanding articles. I enjoy this opportunity each week to share some of the best with you.
Yakezie Great Reads
Sustainable Personal Finance is having a boy! Congratulations. Enjoy the best of your community with Sustainability Tip #173: Free Events
Retire By 40 gives an honest report on a recent trip to Target. I think it’s ok to splurge on necessities, especially after sacrificing for so long. What would you do? Frugal Fatigue Hits Home
The College Investor shares valuable insight on a subject most of us can relate to in 5 Worst IRA Mistakes Made Every Day
The Wealth Artisan gives a fresh perspective on the risks we accept all the time in Is Risk Too Risky?
Bucksome Boomer shares thrifty options all around us in Summer Fun For The Frugal Family
Buck Inspire knows that all work and no play leads to Ringo Starr singing instead of drumming, scary stuff. Remember why you work so hard and Smell The Roses once in a while.
Financial Success For Young Adults interviews Atlanta entrepreneur Corey Davis in iamcoreydavis. Very Cool.
Untemplater shares insights into relationships, one of my favorite subjects in The Benefits Of Constructive Criticism In Relationships: Significant Other.
Life And My Finances lets us know how to build an estate plan, on a budget in Do You Have a Will? Get One For $15.
Invest It Wisely reviews and hosts a FREE give-away for Millionaire Teacher: The Nine Rules Of Wealth You Should Have Learned In School.
Money Cone unravels the mysteries of master limited partnerships in Unconventional Income From Uncommon Stocks – MLP’s
Money Reasons shares personal reflections on the positive impact blogging has had on their life in Self-Improvement Benefits Of Blogging. Highly Recommended
Money Mamba goes all-in with a new venture. I know JT is 100% committed, I can sense it in every paragraph of this post. A New Entrepreneurial Leap of Faith
Super Frugalette shares a great recipe for summer. Try This! Glamorizing Black Bean Hummus
Go Be Rich puts things in perspective in The SCAM Series: Total Cost of the Best Videogames
Money Is The Root gets real and honest about changing your lifestyle and jumping through hoops to save pennies, when we should be focusing on bigger issues to save money. Forget About The Low Hanging Fruit.
Money Spruce knows how to mange his unique personal characteristics to advantage in How I Exploit My Own Forgetfulness to Save Money
Money Talks knows the power of positive thought. Please enjoy this inspiring post: Positive Thinking Can Affect Your Life **
Have a great week, and make the most of Summer.