Weekend Reading

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Wow it’s weekend already, the week sure went by quickly. After taking a 2 week parental leave, it was a little tough to go back to work, especially seeing over 1000 work emails sitting in my inbox. Catching up on emails certainly took a few days. I’m really happy that the weekend is here so I can spend some quality time with the family.

For now, I’ll leave you with some great contents that my fellow bloggers have written this past week.

Rob at Boomer & Echo wrote about How Automation And Habit Combine To Produce Amazing Results. Small actions like making your own coffee at home can save you a lot of money in the long run. This is one of the reasons why I bring my own lunch to work.

Dan at My Big Fat Wallet told us that he has cut off cable service for the summer. Great job to say no to cable companies! We’ve been without cable for over 3 years now and have never looked back.

Canadian Couch Potato wrote about your risk tolerance. He wanted to remind everyone that just because the stock market has been doing well for the last 5 years, it doesn’t mean that the market will continue doing this well in the future. In other words, if you’re investing in equity, make sure that you’re comfortable with volatility.

Mr. Money Mustache asked Is Mr. Money Mustache Ruining Your Marriage? To me, the frugal lifestyle shouldn’t ruin your marriage. Both partners should work together.

Jason at Dividend Mantra asked his readers if you’re just trading water when it comes to your finances. I always find it surprising to hear that the saving rate is so low in Canada and USA. A little more money saved today and invested will compound and provide great returns in the future.

Have a good weekend!

Written by Tawcan
Hi I’m Bob from Vancouver Canada, I am working toward joyful life and financial independence through frugal living, dividend investing, passive income generation, life balance, and self-improvement. This blog is my way to chronicle my journey and share my stories and thoughts along the way. Stay in touch on Facebook and Twitter. Or sign up via Newsletter