This week was a great start to the launch of this blog. I met a lot of interesting people and read a lot of great blogs. March Madness has also started, and my beloved Buckeyes won their first game. Unfortunately I’ve spent most of this week being sick, and so I haven’t gotten around to writing as many articles as I would have liked for all of my blogs. Hopefully I’ll start to get better and can catch up on some posting and maybe get in a few guest posts as well.
Anyways, check these great blogs from some new friends:
Dena from Evolution You had two great guest posts on Enemy of Debt, My Journey to Financial Freedom | Part 1: The Fall and My Journey to Financial Freedom | Part 2: The Climb.
April Dykman from Get Rich Slowly had an interesting post on The Balance Between Splurger and Miser. This is something I tend to struggle with, going from one extreme to the other (spending more time on the miser side).
Co-Signing Risks: Why Co-signing Is A Bad Idea from Bible Money Matters was one of my favorites this week. Proverbs has a lot to teach us about finance and co-signing is one thing that it mentions often.