Sunday, September 21, 2008

Link Love... Recommended Reads From My Blog Roll

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.


Anonymous said...

Thanks for the love :)

Anonymous said...

Thank you for including me in the link love post. CVS can be quite addictive when you see how much you can get for free or just a few cents when you use coupons.

Do you shop at CVS? If you do then you should try posting about it since it draws traffic.

If you don't already shop there then you might want to check it out.

Finance Junkie said...

I have traditionally been a Walgreens shopper. Your posts open up my eyes a bit and i'll watch the Sunday CVS advertisements also.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the link. Glad you enjoyed the post.

Unknown said...

Thanks for the link love. Keep doing your good work.

Mrs. Accountability said...

Hey, thanks for the mention! I just found this link today.