Weekend Reading during Site Updates

June 7, 2008

You may notice a few changes going on here and there at Money Smart Life over the weekend.  Please excuse any strange behavior on the site. 

While we’re under construction, it might be a good time to catch up on articles from some of the other personal finance networks out there:

Money Blog Network:

– Mighty Bargain Hunter –  Do you notice frugality?

– Free Money Finance – How to Invest If You Don’t Have Much Money

– No Credit Needed – Getting Rid Of Unnecessary Monthly Expenses

– Five Cent Nickel – The Parallels Between Fitness and Finance

– Consumerism Commentary – Can You Judge a Financial Adviser By Her Own Portfolio?

– Get Rich Slowly – Unit Pricing: Get More Food for Less Money

– All Financial Matters – 10 Relatively Cheap Ways to Keep Your Kids Entertained During the Summer

– Wise Bread – More Tax Credits Coming for Homebuyers?

M – Network:

The M-Network is running a series on vacation money tips:

– Plonkee Money – Backpacking Europe, Australasia or North America

– Mrs. Micah – How Not to Honeymoon (and how to!)

– Single Guy Money – Vacation Savings Account

– Cash Money Life – Vacation Off-Season to Save Money & Avoid Crowds

– My Two Dollars – Riding The Rails With Amtrak

– The Dough Roller – 5 Great Travel Reward Credit Cards

– Gather Little By Little – Low cost summer family vacations

– Moolanomy – 9 Vacation Tips and Ideas

– Paid Twice – Getting Deals on Airline Tickets

– Being Frugal – Frugal Vacation Ideas

You can also read or submit other money articles at PF Buzz, a new site for sharing personal finance articles you enjoy.

Money Life Network

The Money Life Network is a new collection of sites covering personal finance. Judging from the name, sounds like they’ll cover some of the same topics as Money Smart Life.

– Prime Time Money – All About Employee Stock Purchase Plans (ESPP)

– Milk Your Money – Do It Yourself Auto Maintenance

– Bible Money Matters – Lies and Money: What are you keeping from your spouse?

– Free From Broke – Will The Economic Stimulus Payments Have To Be Paid Back

– My Investing Blog – Education.com is Talking Financial Smarts for Kids


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Ben Edwards, the founder of Money Smart Life, saved up enough to buy a Nintendo back when he was 12 years old. When he used the money to buy shares of Wal-Mart stock instead, he knew he wasn't like the other kids... His addiction to personal finance has paid off for his family and now he's helping you to afford the life that you want. Check him out on the web at Google Plus, Twitter and Facebook.

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7 Responses to Weekend Reading during Site Updates

  • Patrick

    Noticed the new theme. It’s very clean. 🙂

    Thanks for the mention. 🙂

  • Pinyo

    Thank you for the mention. I was momentarily confused by the new design. Looks like it’s coming along well. 🙂

  • Pete @ biblemoneymatters.com

    thanks for the mention.. Money life is also running a big contest this month – stop on by to check it out!

  • PT

    I’m liking the new design. Thanks and have a nice weekend. Oh, and thanks for sharing about the Money Life Network.

  • David

    Thanks for the mention!


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