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Friday Weekly Roundup

By JLP | April 7, 2006

We are now well into the second quarter of the year. Time is flying by. I’m a little nervous because hurricane season is something like 60 days away! Anyway, there’s a lot going on in the MoneyBlogNetwork and beyond so let’s get started:

MightyBargainHunter asks What’s Costing You Your Retirement? The little things we buy ourselves can really add up and could be costing us a secure retirement. That’s something to think about.

Nickel, who is in the process of moving his family to another town, has been blogging a lot lately about his moving experience. This time he talks about Finding a Mortgage.

FMF reviews Instapundit’s book, An Army of Davids.

Flexo blogs about how he changed his 401(k) allocation.

Finally, Jim talks about the Ten Coolest Cars Under $18,000. Hint: there’s not a lot to choose from! I find it hard to believe that the Toyota Tacoma made the list.

Out of Network:

TheBudgetingBabe talks about Turning Down a Job.

Chrees has an interesting post called Defining Your Financial “Self.”

Finally, ELYM has found something very special that I think you should see. I’m glad he found it and linked to it.

There’s lots more great stuff out there but you’ll have to find them yourself. Right now, I have other things to do.

Topics: Blogging, MoneyBlogNetwork, Weekly Roundup | 2 Comments »


2 Responses to “Friday Weekly Roundup”

  1. Hazzard Says:
    April 7th, 2006 at 3:40 pm

    Thanks for the link JLP. That video gave me goosebumps. Just seeing someone who is probably experiencing the most exciting thing of his life and doing so well is powerful.

    What a great outside shot! They should have put him in a long time ago.

  2. lamoneyguy Says:
    April 8th, 2006 at 12:40 am

    Perhaps more inspiring than his reaction was the off the charts, genuine elation of his classmates, teammates and cheerleaders. It is clear how deeply the student body loves and admires him.

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