Link love is where a blogger writes about postings on other sites that link back to their site. This is done to show appreciation for other sites doing this. Today I went through my blog roll links and picked a few articles to highlight.
Here's my first link love posting:
Breaking Even: Good guest post about Tutoring on her site. Breaking Even was recently discovered by me this past week. The owner of the site is creative / unique in her postings and writes with quality and depth.
Money for Military: Reflects on his last two years of blogging and discloses how much income he made through his blog.
Military Money Might: Talks about using dividend reinvestment plans to buy stocks and avoid commissions.
Grad Money Matters: Re-posts a fabulous article that motivates individuals into being upbeat and communicates a clear game plan in hard financial times.
My Good Cents: No one post in particular. Scroll through main page and you'll find a lot of free items, available shopping discounts and a few online contests.
Debt Free Living Guru: Talks about breakfast dinners and how they are a cost effective solution to eating out in the evening.
Funny about Money: Talks about using "no shop days" to help keep to a budget.
Blogging Away Debt: Discusses a low tech credit card scam that gives us all a good reason to watch our credit card statements carefully.
Dual Income No Kids: Discusses an article where somebody looses their shirt in the silver market after following a famous book author. My take: It's all about timing.
How I Save Money: Talks about saving money at CVS. Shopping for CVS specials with coupons seems to be a common thread amongst the frugal bloggers.
Out of Debt Again: Talks about the most frugal cookware.
Save and Conquer: Talks about items that are warrantied forever.
The Passive Dad: Talks about easy ways to create more household income.
Bullish Bankers: Good article about investing in Wal-Mart (WMT).
Fiscal Zen: Gives his interesting bits (links) to articles from around the web. I especially like the link to money lessons learned from the Great Depression.
Tasty Thai Cooking: So far, this is my favorite Thai recipe from her site. The Pad Thai recipe is also good.