I can’t believe we’re on our 30th roundup! Time does fly when you’re having fun and talking personal finance. 🙂 It’s Halloween today here in the U.S., and although we don’t celebrate the holiday in our home, we do indulge in our favorite candies and watch fun movies, so that’s what we’ll be doing tonight. 🙂
There’s not much of a call for trick-or-treating in the boonies either, so no one will be knocking on our door in order for us to share our goodies. Too much work for too little of a payout, trick-or-treating in the boonies is. 🙂
No matter what your plans this weekend, I pray that you’ll have a joyful and wonderful time that will be kicked off by reading these awesome PF posts. 😉
My friends over at Slowly Sipping Coffee asked a terrific question with their post entitled How Do You Define Success? The SSCs’ posts are always quite introspective, and this one was no exception. Enjoy!
John over at Frugal Rules shared a powerful post called 13 Scary Money Statistics and How to Change Them. You’ll likely be stunned at the money stats in this post. I hope they inspire you to keep reaching for your financial dreams so that you don’t stay/become one of these stats.
Frugal Rules gets a double-mention this week, only this second post was written with Erin at the helm. Why it’s Okay to Slow Down on Debt Payoff was surely written with our Fruclassity community in mind. 🙂 In it, Erin talks about how you can determine when it’s okay to slow down a bit on your debt payoff plan.
Our friend Luke from over at Financially Fitz wrote a “well said” post entitled What Do an InDULLging Lifestyle and the Road to Hell Have in Common? LOVED this honesty here. A truly eye-opening post indeed!
C over at The Single Dollar also had an awesome post this week, called The Savings-to-Self-Respect Feedback Loop. In it, C describes how paying off debt and now saving money have changed her life. Read it: you’ll love it and it will inspire you to greater things.
What are your plans for the weekend, friends?
*Photo courtesy of Meridican