Weekend Reading – New year edition
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 “eyes broken” the first thing he woke up this morning. Mrs. T took him to the doctor today to get checked again. Hopefully he’ll get better in the few days and get back to his little charmer routine. 🙂
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.
Mr. SSC shared their Excel Planning Worksheet. What a great tool.
Becoming Minimalist had a piece on 7 Things That Shouldn’t Impress Anyone.
Mad Fientist shared his thought on Frugalwoods on How NOT to pursue Financial Independence. I am definitely guilty on doing some of the things mentioned so it was a great reminder.
Emily wrote about 5 Things I Learned About Money From Cover the Oil Bust.
Save Spend Splurge wrote about Why Wealthy People Don’t Realize Their Income.
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.
Our Next Life wrote The Journey Is the Destination – Planning for Early Retirement is the joy in itself. I really enjoyed reading this post.
Ryan shared his Portfolio Tracker Template.
Mr. Money Mustache shared Lessons that he learned from having his bike stolen.
Boomer & Echo shared 16 Financial Habits for a prosperous new year.
Sam suggested Creating your mid-life crisis fund before it’s too late.
Have a great weekend everyone!