It’s been a while since I’ve done a proper link love post. There are so many sites that I’ve been reading recently, and felt like putting together a post will be the best way to highlight them.
I’m sitting in a lovely Starbucks in Waterloo finishing up some work before meeting a friend for dinner and then flying to Austin. It was supposed to be a cottage weekend, and it seems like it might the last one of the summer based on my schedule. Alas, it wasn’t meant to be.
P.S. Only 2 weeks until FINCON12. As you can tell, I’m beyond excited about this. Also, I made these last night.
The recipe can be found here on Chic Darling.
Anyway on to the posts:
- What To Do After Retirement? Save The World Of Course! As some of you might know already, Sam has retired and now he’s traveling around the world. I loved this article, mostly because it makes me want to go back to Europe.
- I love how Kevin looks at the world. Here is an timely post on What Did the London Games Teach You About Life?
- Michelle has a great post about setting up a College budget that stemmed from a Reader’s question. The comments are a gold mine. Reader Question: College Budget
- I know most of us try to make our blogs better, and try to learn of SEO etc. I’ll be honest, these days I write about what I feel like writing about that doesn’t mean that I’m doing it right. Jeremy has a really good tutorial on Advanced Keyword Strategy For Your Blog
- Bridget makes a video appearance in an Alberta Student video. She makes a valid point about taking out student loans. Check it out: My Alberta Student Loan video!
- Andrea’s Friday, Random Friday posts are my favorite. She can ramble with the best of them.
- Daisy is on quest to buy a house and is documenting the process along the way. Home Buying: What We Want
- One of my favorite posts from this past week was from Lance at Money Life and More explaining How to Write a Check . Seriously.
- If you’re on the hunt for a job, Jefferson has a AMAZING post about The Job Interview Question That Is ALWAYS Asked: “Are there any questions that you have for us?” You’re welcome.
- My Bucket List – What Being Debt Free Means to Me by Holly was a great post especially since she talks about taking her parents to where they want to go as a part of her bucket list.
- Aloysa has a great way of posting about things that are relevant to me at that exact time. For example, How Much Money Are We Supposed to Spend on Friends? I have some cheap friends.
- Read tip 6 from Joe’s post on 10 Frugal Ways To Beat The Heat. Go on, I can wait.
And finally, was there anything that you liked this week that I missed? Do you have any easy cheesecake recipes recipes that you want to share. I secretly want the second question answered.