I'm going to be a little selfish today. I stopped doing roundups of my posts each week a while back because I wasn't happy with what I was producing. This month, though, I'm quite happy with many of my articles, so I wanted to highlight those posts … [Read more...] about Best Posts from August, 2007
Marching on with our Examine Your Motives Series, it's now time to discuss Buying a Home. How appropriate in this current era of falling house prices and rising fear of recessions? I'll try to make this a timeless article by ignoring the current … [Read more...] about Examine Your Motives Series: Buying a Home
Uh-oh, we've hit the big one in our Examine Your Motives series: Having Kids! This is the discussion between Stacie and I that got the series started. Disclaimer: This is not intended at all to be an essay on why you should or shouldn't have kids. … [Read more...] about Examine Your Motives Series: Having Kids
Next up in the Examine Your Motives Series, we're going to discuss something close to my heart: Buying a car. I've told you how we lost $14,500 by stupid mistakes. We didn't think about why we wanted or needed a car. But that's why I'm here: to help … [Read more...] about Examine Your Motives Series: Buying a Car
For some of us, the word "Help" is a very bad 4 letter word. Sometimes we're so intent on doing things ourselves that we lose touch with our friends, families, coworkers and, eventually, ourselves. Peggy Collins writes about something she calls … [Read more...] about Are you too self-sufficient?
New Personal Finance blogger I've Paid for This Twice Already has posted this week's Carnival of Debt Reduction #101. Here's a few I liked: Matt from One Million and Beyond wrote an excellent article about the emotional impact of debt. He's right … [Read more...] about Best Debt Articles from Carnival of Debt Reduction #101