Weekend Reading – Canadian election edition

I’m so glad it’s the weekend. Between a week long workshop at work, work dinners, chasing after Baby T, waking up at night to a crying Baby T, celebrating birthdays, and spending quality time with my family, this week has gone by like a flash. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to spend much time publishing any blog articles this week. I am working on a few articles but they’re not quite ready for prime time yet. 🙂 Having said that, if you want to learn more about me, head over to Debt Discipline and check out Brian’s interview with yours truly.

The Canadian federal election is next week. I went to the advanced polling station earlier this week and cast my ballot. I was very please to see the great turnaround. Hopefully we’ll have high turnaround rate for this federal election.

Without further ado, here are some articles that I really enjoyed reading recently.

White Collar Freedom wrote a brilliant article on conversation after work between him and his wife.

Justin at Root of Good explained some ways to get killer cruise deals.

Barry listed a few things that the Middle Class Can’t Afford Anymore.

Roadmap2Retirement provided his Quarterly Update. I always enjoy reading people’s quarterly update.

J. Money listed 11 tips from his millionaire friend.

Cait talked about Choose Your Own Financial Adventure.

DivHut talked about Starting A Dividend Growth Portfolio At Birth. Great minds think alike, we did exactly the same for Baby T.

Mrs. Frugalwoods raved about LASIK eye surgery. I’m slightly too chicken to do it myself.

And finally congrats Gen Y Finance Guy on his first year of blog anniversary.

Thanks for dropping by, have a great weekend everyone. As for myself, I’ll go back to craving for some good ramen. 

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