Kim @ Eyes on the Dollar writes Save Money on Vacation (Rednecks Go To Hollywood) – This is a true story of my first real vacation and all the things I had to learn that my small town never taught me.
Miss T. @ Prairie Eco Thrifter writes A Perfect Alpine Getaway – If you’re looking to minimise your impact on the environment during your holiday, one possible option could be to consider spending some time in the idyllic Kitzbuhler Alps. Compare Niederau holidays to jetting off somewhere further afield and you might be pleasantly surprised at just how eco-friendly your entire stay could be.
Jessica @ Budget for Health writes Saving for a Vacation: Ireland Expenses – There are many factors to take into consideration when saving for a vacation. See how our spending was allocated while in Ireland for 8 days along with 300+ pics from the trip!
Jeremy @ Modest Money writes On The Road Again – Managing Your Finances On Your Travels – Life on the road can wipe out your life savings in what seems like no time at all. However, there are a few ways to reduce your costs so that you can travel for longer on less money, making your return that little bit easier.
James Petzke @ This Is Common Cents writes Dress to Impress – Dressing professionally can be a major factor in getting a new job or promotion.
Justin @ The Family Finances writes Update Your Kitchen Cabinets the Frugal Way – Believe it or not, but you can update your kitchen with cabinets that look like new for a lot less money than you think.
MMD @ My Money Design writes Status Update – Being Fired Over Facebook Rants – Don’t sabotage your career and get fired over Facebook rants. Here are a few simple pieces of advice for keeping yourself in check with social media.
WEALTH AND RETIREMENT
CAPI @ Creating a Passive Income writes A Real-Life Story of Passive Income – Have you ever thought about how people are generating passive income? Is it all just a hoax or are there actually people sitting on the beach
Kurt Fischer @ Money Counselor writes Do We Control Our Fortunes? – Do people who struggle chronically to succeed and rely on social supports to get by need to try harder? Or is success a result mostly of circumstances largely beyond our control?
Lance @ Money Life & More writes Combat Lifestyle Inflation: Save Half of Every Raise for Retirement! – I decided I was going to be prepared for retirement after seeing all of the headlines in the news of people not having nearly enough money for retirement. Obviously you have to have enough money saved to cover your income needs while you’re retired. Something a lot of people don’t think of is the fact that the lower your income needs are the less money you have to save for retirement.
Tina Katic @ www.kwoodart.blogspot.com writes Does Office Happiness equal Productivity? – We have found that some of the most successful companies in the world have first class offices where employees can be productive and explore the discoveries.
Beating Broke @ Beating Broke writes The Higher Education Path Not Taken – When I think back on my higher education, I can say that I got a good education, but I can also say that I could have just as easily gone anywhere and gotten a good education. I was able to play a couple of years of football, and that was cool. I could have played at several other schools too. I certainly could have gone to a cheaper school and had less student loan debt when I was done.
Sean @ One Smart Dollar writes The Automatic Millionaire Book Review – One of the most popular personal finance books is The Automatic Millionaire by David Bach. Here is my review on how this book can help you.
Michelle @ See Debt Run writes Coming Up Roses – Everything is coming up roses over here in our snowball debt reduction. How we made $50,000 by signing one piece of paper.
Mrs PoP @ Planting Our Pennies writes Find A Sanctuary – Mrs. PoP discusses the PoP’s natural introverted tendencies and how they seek out spaces and activities to help keep them sane in this extroverted world.
Penny Thots @ Penny Thots writes A Spicy Way to Celebrate Fall – Green chiles — a spicy, savory addition to any Mexican dish, from enchiladas to rellenos, even chili verde. But did you know that green chiles are also a harbinger of fall?