Time for another roundup of the great blogs and articles out there. This is where I give a shout out to the articles I’ve read recently that I like, and I give thanks to those who have mentioned or linked to articles from this site.
Good blog posts you should read:
My University Money echoed my feelings on how the Government Can’t Create Jobs
Beating Broke suggested giving experience instead of stuff for the holidays.
Jon White wrote a great post about the difference between budgeting and tracking expenses.
James at Blue Collar Living talked about how much personal information to share on your blog.
Little House in the Valley compared debit cards to dinosaurs.
Melissa at Beating Broke proposed a No-Spend Month to save money for Christmas.
My friends Steve Stewart and Ashley Barnett discuss the privatization of Social Security on the Money Plan SOS podcast.
Ashley had a great post about budgeting for Christmas on Money Talks Coaching.
Ryan at the Daddy Difference posted the movie trailer for Courageous and is challenging dads to be… dads.
Money for College project shared some of the strangest college scholarships I’ve never heard of.
The Single Saver had some good tips for single college students to save some money.
Funancials brings up a few good points in defense of Ben Bernanke.
Retire by 40 shared some good insight on lifestyle inflation.
Ashley wrote a guest post for Aaron Hung about the elements of a successful budget.
Canadian Finance Blog wrote about How To Build An Emergency Fund
Blogs that mentioned Financial Excellence:
YoungAdultFinances.com included our guest post about saving money on school supplies in the Totally Money Blog Carnival – Celebrity Roast edition.
Invest in the Markets mentioned my podcast episode where I shared my daughter’s inexpensive ideas for spending time with family.
Growing Money Smart included my post about being too cheap to fix my glasses in the Yakezie Carnival.
My podcast about Dave Ramsey and our guest post about back to school shopping were included in the Carnival of Financial Planning.
The same podcast episode was included in the Carnival of Financial Camaraderie.