Posts That Motivate and Inspire Week #4

by Scott on September 1, 2008

Over the last week I’ve enjoyed finding and subscribing to new personal finance blogs. If you are new to The Passive Dad and enjoy reading my articles, you might want to subscribe to my posts through the RSS reader found on the top right. The RSS reader delivers posts to you either through email or a reader like Yahoo or Google. When I come across a blog of interest, the first thing I do is click on the RSS reader and subscribe. It take all of 10 seconds.

Here are some wonderful blog posts I enjoyed reading this last week:

Frugal Dad has some wonderful post for new bloggers and even those that need some inspiration. So You Want to Be a Blogger Series Roundup? Read his post called
Be a Blogger: Lessons Learned From a Traffic Surge and you will be blown away.

Living Almost Large wrote Is $250k/year Rich? What is your definition of wealthy?

The Debt Defier @The Happy Rock wrote Just canceled Netflix…trimming the budget fat My family doesn’t have Netflix, but we have plenty of friends who use them. I get inspired trying to find ways to trim the family budget.

Lisa @ Greener Pastures: Personal Finance wrote 10 Ways to Bury Yourself In Debt and I have to admit that collecting or spending on hobbies is a tough one for me.

Single Guy Money wrote Instant Credit – No Thanks Do you ever struggle with credit card sales tactics? Can you just say no?

Megan @ Counting My Pennies wrote Workout Rewards and will make you rethink your next exercise routine. It definitely changed the way I thought about exercise and I wonder if it would motivate you as well.

Quest For Four Pillars wrote Wacky Business Idea #9: Stockpiling Garbage posts an interesting business idea. I’ve also read about the profitable business model behind 1-800-Got-Junk and how they filled a new niche in the garbage industry.

The Sun’s Financial Diary wrote FDIC Problem Banks List Grew to 117 Last Quarter You might want to review the list and bookmark it.

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1 The Happy Rock September 1, 2008 at 7:45 pm

Scott,

Thanks for the link to The Happy Rock. Glad it inspired you. Look at it this way every penny cut in spending is one more penny of passive income that you don’t have to earn!

2 Greener Pastures September 2, 2008 at 3:31 am

Thanks for the mention. I find hobbies tough, too, as usually that is the thing that I’m impassioned about. Hopefully, we’ll both be able to keep it within the $ limits we set!

3 Mr. Cheap September 2, 2008 at 6:47 pm

Thanks for the link!

4 LAL September 4, 2008 at 8:43 pm

Thanks for the mention! Hope you visit again or sign up for feed!

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