I hope everyone have had a great start to 2016 so far. 2016 got off to a rough start for us. Baby T got sick the last week of December. Although the coughing has improved, he has gotten some sort of viral infection on his face. His cheeks have been really red & dry the last few days and this morning he woke up with puffy eyes. It broke Mrs. T and my hearts when he said â€śeyes brokenâ€ť the first thing he woke up this morning. Mrs. T took him to the doctor today to get checked again. Hopefully heâ€™ll get better in the few days and get back to his little charmer routine. đź™‚
Here are some articles that I enjoyed reading lately.
Mr. 1500 wrote an excellent piece on Frugalwoods on Why Frugal Friends Are the Best Friends.Â
Mr. SSC shared their Excel Planning Worksheet. What a great tool.
Becoming Minimalist had a piece on 7 Things That Shouldnâ€™t Impress Anyone.
Mad FientistÂ shared his thought on Frugalwoods on How NOT to pursue Financial Independence.Â I am definitely guilty on doing some of the things mentioned so it was a great reminder.
Emily wrote about 5 Things IÂ Learned About Money From Cover the Oil Bust.Â
Save Spend Splurge wrote about Why Wealthy People Donâ€™t Realize Their Income.Â
Roadmap2Retire shared Top investment picks for 2016 from the blogging community. You may be surprised to see what I picked.
David at Raptitude analyzed his 21 self-improvement experiments over 7 years. Â
Our Next Life wrote The Journey Is the Destination â€“ Planning for Early Retirement is the joy in itself. I really enjoyed reading this post.
Ryan shared his Portfolio Tracker Template.
Mr. Money Mustache sharedÂ Lessons that he learned from having his bike stolen.Â
Boomer & Echo shared 16 Financial Habits for a prosperous new year.Â
Have a great weekend everyone!