This is off topic, but I just thought this was humorous. CBS has admitted to altering a photo of Katie Couric to make her look slimmer. Here’s the before and after shots: Continue reading OT: Katie Couric is “Bigger” Than She Looks
Some of you may know this but some of you may not.
I have another blog that I started back in 2005 called Man on a Mission, which is a blog dedicated to mission statements. I came up with this idea because I thought it would be cool to have ONE PLACE where people could read mission statements from all different companies. Yeah, it is boring, but it really serves a purpose if you are a business student or someone in management. The blog doesn’t normally get a lot of traffic so I always notice when a new college semester begins.
Carnival of Personal Finance (CarnivalofPersonalFinance.com). Check it out and if you are blogger, make sure you link to it! Flexo also has some code so that you can add one of these to your blog:
I think giving the CoPF its own home makes sense. It will help it grow in the long run.
Check out this picture I found on Jalopnik this morning: Continue reading Check Out This Motorhome with a Small Attached Garage
ONLY 3 DAYS LEFT!
The month of August has flown by. It is hard to believe that we will be talking about Fall within the next couple of weeks!
Today’s host for the Question of the Day Marathon is PragmaticFinance. Jason’s question is:
I have been impressed by the thought that went into everyone’s questions. Some of them really make me think. Anyway, I hope everyone has enjoyed answering the questions and reading everyone else’s responses. Please take a moment and head over to PragmaticFinance and give his question a shot.
Judging by the lack of comments, I gather that retirement withdrawal strategies are not the most exciting thing to blog about. But, that shouldn’t take away from the importance of thinking about it. I posted a Simple Example of the Grangaard Strategy earlier today. In that example I assumed that the income ladder was invested in bonds with a 5% yield.