It is almost the end of 2011, and while I can’t say that everything has gone the way I wanted it to, it has been the year of change and progression. I started this blog, and I am still trying to my voice with it. I think I am getting there. I am figuring out where I want my career to head, and trying to clean up all my debt. All in all, it has been a fantastic year.
My 2012 goals post is coming and I am hoping for a big year. I know some of you are too.
Moving forward, here are some fantastic articles from last week that I loved and learned from:
- I love Preet Banerjee’s blog, and I learn something every time I read it. This week I learned what the real impact of MER’s are on an Investment Portfolio over time.
- Young and Thrifty reminds us of the extras that add up when you make a big purchase.
- I love My Own Advisor’s stop-doing list of 2012. Its an interesting twist on the yearly goals post.
- Is Canadian Housing in a bubble? Canadian Finance Blog explores that topic.
- I know Christmas just passed but Big Cajun Man explains how to make Christmas 2012 better.
- Do you know what a RDSP is? Boomer and Echo explains it.
- Pam at Moneytrail talks about Gift Card Management for Kids and Teens.
- Jana, at DailyMoneyShot PF, has a really great idea about giving back next year.
- What role does luck have to do with Accumulating Wealth? Financial Uproar explores that as a response Andrea’s post on So Over Debt.
- Do you hate your debt? Your Finances Simplified posted A 6 step plan to dominate your debt just for you.
- And finally Sustainable Personal Finance has 5 tips to help you grow your business.
I am thrilled to be part of the following roundups and Carnivals:
- Yakezie Carnival at Passive Income to Retire
- Canadian Finance Carnival – Canadian Finance Blog
- Carnival of Personal Finance– Money Cactus
- Carnival of Financial Camaraderi
eMy University Money
- Lazy Sunday Weekly Recap- Your Finances Simplified
- Yakezie Links of the week -Money Trail
- Weekend Weekly Wrap – My Multiple Streams.
- My Favorite Posts – Net Worth Protect