Weekend Reading – Spooky edition

Yea it’s Halloween this weekend! We’ll be trick-or-treating with Baby T this Saturday around the neighborhood. Baby T will be dressed up as Obelix and he absolutely loves the costume! Mrs. T even made a helmet with red hair to complete the look.

I was traveling for work this week. Business travel may sound fancy but it can get quite tiresome. I had to wake up at 4:30 AM on Monday morning to catch a 6 AM flight. It took the whole day to fly from Vancouver to the east coast. The meeting next day went very well and we treated the customers to an excellent dinner. I then had to wake up super early on Wed to catch a cross continent flight. Phew! No wonder I crashed around 9 AM on Wednesday night. I don’t have any work travels in the near future, so hopefully that means I can spend a bitΒ time to complete some projects I’m working on.

Here are some articles I enjoyed reading while I’m flying across North America.

David at Raptitude asked Are you Good Enough.

Kristi guest blogged at Retire By 40 on 3 Ingredients for a Good Life. It’s surprisingly easy to have a good life.

Mark summarized what the recent elected Liberal government meant to his wallet.

Bryan at Income Surfer shared an interesting conversation he heard.

Money Ramblings celebrated having an old senior aka 20 year old car in their household.

Liquid Independence discussed Get Comfortable Being Emotionally Uncomfortable

Steve wrote a great article on How slowing down can take your life to the next level.

Cait explained Why she focused on Simplicity.

Mike explained How to Start Dividend Investing with Little Money.

Mr SSC explained what their next life would look like.

J. Money listed 8 Guiding Principles for Money.

Jason talked about how an Auxiliary Fund can help us speed up retirement.


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