Weekly Links

It’s Good to be Diversified!

March 23, 2012

There have been a lot of ups and downs in my various income streams and some changes in risks and opportunities of late. A recent article at Yakezie (What Would You Do if a Major Income Source Went to Zero) made me think about this some more.  On the “real” job front, things seem to […]

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Seriously People…Vote on What Really Matter This Year

February 17, 2012

In this edition of weekly reads, I’m just throwing the concept out there of completely throwing social issues out the window and focusing on what actually matters for the future of our country.  See, stuff like abortion, gay marriage, prayer in public schools and whatever else your pet peeve is will ultimately be decided by […]

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Weekend Reading – Saving Money: Better Late Than Never Edition

January 26, 2012

Over the past 2 weeks, I went kinda nuts running around the house seeking out cold air drafts and plugging them up.  This might sound like a stereotypical PF topic, but seriously, I found areas in my house I’d never even considered (and no, this isn’t a real post LOL – segue way into my […]

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End of Year Links and Musings

December 31, 2011

I can’t believe 2011 has come to an end already.  Time sure does move more quickly the older you get (all the more reason to start saving now for retirement, college and a rainy day rather than procrastinating).  Anyway, it was a great year for me personally, professionally and for the blog. Here were a […]

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Weekend Reading

December 2, 2011

Here are of my favorite reads from the week and some thanks for sites highlighting my content of late: The Burning Platform – Comfortably Numb Zero Hedge – Evidently Retail Investors Should Flee Invest It Wisely – How to Find the Home of Your Dreams Retire By 40 – Sell Your Losers! Oblivious Investor – […]

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The End of the World is Upon Us

November 3, 2011

I sometimes wonder how long the human race will continue to inhabit the earth.  If you look at the amount of time that humans have walked upright and were, well, human-like, and draw a timeline equivalent to a day, the amount of time that we’ve been “industrialized” (last couple hundred years) would only comprise the […]

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