Welcome to another edition of the Friday Blog Roundup. This installment will be a bit different from previous ones. While I will still be sharing some interesting personal finance posts that I came across during the week, I won’t be covering a specific financial topic. Going forward, these topics will be a once-a-month feature instead. Either way, I hope you enjoy this week’s selections!
Personal Finance Blog Roundup
Have you ever been on financial thin ice? I have,and it’s not fun. Needless to say, I still did some things that I probably shouldn’t have. In an attempt to save you from yourself, Mr. Groovy discusses Nine Things Not to Do When Your Financial Margin of Error is Razor Thin.
The “debt avalanche” is a strategy some use for paying of their liabilities. But debt can go both ways, and sometimes it can build up much, much quicker than you can pay it off. My Sons Father shares a bit of their debt history and how they went from debt free to $358k in the hole.
“Love” is a hard word to define. So is “work”. And “retirement”. Our Next Life tackles these definitions (well, except for love) and more while asking What is “Work”?
In a great article about living for today and rewarding yourself with small luxuries, Physician on Fire writes about the time he was broke and spent $1,000 on beer.
Losing your job can be a not-so-fun experience. It can be tough to get back on your feet. Thankfully, East Coast Dame over at Dames in Debt shares some ways to recover from losing your job.
And finally, being a new investor can be tricky, probably even more so for the new physician investor. Senior Resident, in a play off of the five stages of grief, explains the Five Stages of Investing.
Thanks for checking out this week’s installment of the Friday Blog Roundup. Until next time!
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