Thanks for all the fish! Uhh…I mean…help!
Thanks For All The Help
You’ve probably noticed I’ve been having some friends help me out on this site while I pull 60+ hour weeks during tax season. I am EXTREMELY grateful other people are willing to step in and write up some very helpful and informative articles for the readers of iHeartBudgets! I’ll try to brain dump at least one article a week if possible, especially since I’ll be working with a lot of different people with different philosophies of making money, managing money, spending money, and saving money.
If you missed them, here are the guest posts written by fellow blogger friends:
Three Financial Tips for College Graduates – by Jason from Work Save Live
Ways to Make Money at Home – by Jeff from Good Financial Cents
Seriously, thanks for all the help! And I look forward to some more great article in the coming months!
Another awesome cash giveaway going on. If you haven’t entered, just check out the post and join. Combine the winnings with your tax return and you could do something SUPER awesome, like take your sweetheart out to a Red Lobster! WOOOHOOOO!
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What Am I doing?
I don’t even know. Seriously, I think back, and I have no idea what I did this week. I know I did quite a few tax returns, played with my kid, hung out with my sweetie for V-day….and probably some other stuff. Bleh. Things are a bit blurry, but I’m in high spirits. I am enjoying the tax season challenge this year, and am trying to keep a positive attitude about it. Seems to be working so far.
Our home office furniture is all painted and ready to go. We should be moving it up there next week and be ready to install the desk counter and organize everything. Hopefully. I’m pretty excited to have my office back, and am hoping to set up my camera for some video blogging after tax season, so that’ll be pretty flippin’ sweet. Now all I need is a Canon T2i or T3i camera to swap with my T3. Anyone want to trade?
Also, Michelle is out of town for a girls weekend, and Grandma is watching our little man, so I’ll (hopefully) be super productive this weekend. We’ll see how that turns out. I’ve got plenty to catch up on, and am hoping to start planning out my next budgeting series for the Spring. I’ve also got another Budget Friday post coming up in the next few weeks, pretty excited about that!
How was YOUR week?
There are other, very cool blogs who have been generous enough to mention iHeartBudgets on their sites. Anyone else who loves me as much as these people do, feel free to mention me as well to join the elite list below!
Prairie Eco-Thrifter mentioned me in Friday Links – Exhausted Edition
Canadian Budget Binder mentioned me in Mr.CBB’s Personal Finance Reading List #7 Air Fare Wars~ Air Canada Price Guarantee! & The Saturday Weekend Review #7~ Return Fraud Costs Big Bucks!
The Amateur Financer mentioned me in Weekly Round-Up: Getting Caught Up Just Gets Harder and Harder
Finance Fox mentioned me in Finance Fox Weekend Recap: Imaginary Facebook Friends Edition!
Frugal Rules mentioned me in Frugal Friday: Blog Posts That Ruled This Week, More of the Same Edition & Shout Out Saturday #5
Work Save Live mentioned me in Personal Finance Week in Review #51
Money Life and More mentioned me in Personal Finance Round Up, Mentions and Carnivals #43
Woohoo! Thanks for sharing my junk!
What’ I’ve Been Reading:
Every week, I do some reading on the web. I come across articles that are entertaining, educational, or just plain awesome. I think the readers of iHeartBudgets will enjoy these articles as well.
*NEW BLOG* Expanding Money - $100 000 before the age of 21
Modest Money – Imaginative Ways to Make Extra Money
Work Save Live – 4 Must Follow Tips for First Home Buyers
Prairie Eco-Thrifter – The Greener Option: Natural Beauty Products vs. Synthetic
The Amateur Financier – Book Review – Why Smart People Make Big Money Mistakes
Plunged In Debt – My Biggest Money Mistake, Ever.
Canadian Budget Binder – Dumpster Diving~The Top 5 Rules For Finding The Good Free Stuff!
See Debt Run - Financial Lessons To Learn After College
Frugal Rules – A Reason to Refinance – Cash for an Investment Property
Student Debt Survivor – Big Beer Companies Paid Me $350 Last Year
Tackling Our Debt – Fitness On The Cheap – Working Out At Home
Add Vodka – Strange Claims for Strange Times
Money, Life and More – Why We Decided Against Buying a Beach Front Condo
Making Sense of Cents – How to Know if You’re a Minimalist
L Bee and the Money Tree – When Does Personal Finance Stop Being Personal and Start Being Stupid?
Average Joe’s Money Blog – The Power of Big Fat Audacious Goals
Thirty Six Months – London’s Best Cheap Eats
Gen Y Finance – Friday Rant – House Hunters
Saving Advice – 13 Ways to Prepare for a Layoff
Finance Fox – Things to Know Before You File For Bankruptcy
Eyes On The Dollar – My Lack of Attention Cost Me Money in Fees!
Young Adult Money - Dave Ramsey’s Seven Baby Steps
Club Thrifty – Why Your Money Won’t Grow Under Your Mattress
Budgets Are Sexy – 4 Tricks to Save More, Spend Less, and Pay Off Debt
Debt Roundup – Budget Fail: A Best Man and A Bachelor Party
Phew! So much awesome reading! Have a great rest of the weekend!
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