Weekend Reading – Fall edition

Wow it’s hard to believe fall is upon us. Looks like we will have a few more days of sunshine here in Vancouver. Got to enjoy the last bit of sunshine before the rain season rolls in. 🙂

While many financial bloggers are in San Diego for FinCon this week, I decided not to attend for a number of reasons. Looks like FinCon 2017 will be in Dallas in late October. Will have to see if I can attend or not!


Apparently this is how Our Next Life, Even Steven and Retire Before Dad stay anonymous at FinCon. LOVE IT!!!

Here are some articles that I really enjoyed reading:

Steve wrote What he would tell his 23-year old self about life

Mike analyzed Dividend growth vs High yield vs Retirement

J. Money said Remember that each dollar serves a purpose

Matt determined How much he really makes per hour

Dividend Growth Investor listed Frequently Asked Questions for about dividend investing

Sam wrote an excellent article on Why is Asian income so high?

Jeremy, Winnie & GCCjr traveled 16 countries in 16 months. 

Desirae explained The case for multiple savings accounts 

Barry gave 5 money tips for students

Justin explained How he plan to pay for his kids college tuition while in early retirement

Apathy Ends discussed How to save money on transportation costs

Matt from Optimize Your Life believed that Social media is a lie

Solving Finance stated Spending money can be expensive

Kate says she is Embracing Minimalism 

Fiery Millennial shared Lessons from Till Debt Do Us Apart 

Andrew shared some thoughts on Successful launch into adulthood 

Tristan reasoned Who are the real Joneses

Finally a friend of mine shared 7 Exhilarating Via Ferratas in Canada

Have a great weekend everyone!


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