What’s Going On in the Blogosphere: Episode 10

Each week I’m going to try to put together a list of 3-5 great blog posts I’ve read from other personal finance bloggers. These posts are a collection of things I find interesting and thought-provoking, and if you like the content I’m posting I’d encourage you to check out some of the posts in this list. There are many more posts I recommend throughout the week on Twitter – if you aren’t following me yet, please head over there and give me a Follow or follow me on Facebook.

 

Minafi: An Interactive Guide to Early Retirement and Financial Independence

This guide, six weeks in the making by Adam at Minafi, is incredibly cool. It’s an interactive tool that you use and see what early retirement and financial independence might look like for you. It tells you how long to you’re financially independent based on your income, spending, and saving. It projects your net worth for you. It’s just plain cool. While it is a bit of a long read, it’s well worth the time.

Read More: An Interactive Guide to Early Retirement and Financial Independence

 

Debts to Riches: The Math Smackdown

Another killer post from Debts to Riches. If you’ve read many of my posts here you know that I think that psychology plays a bigger role in personal finance than numbers themselves do. Veronika agrees and explores some of the other things that drive our financial and purchasing behavior.

Read More: The Math Smackdown

 

Our Next Life: $100 to Spend, or a Day of Retirement? Think in Days, Not Dollars, to Speed Your Progress

If you’re struggling to save money – hey, it’s just $100, not that big of a deal – change your mindset to start viewing your spending (and saving) in terms of time instead of dollars. That’s the crux of what Ms. Our Next Life believes, and it’s helped them save more and spend less.

Read More: $100 to Spend, or a Day of Retirement? Think in Days, Not Dollars, to Speed Your Progress

 

 

That’s it for this week! If you have a blog that I might not know about, let me know in the comments!

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