Friday Gathering: Mrs. Stew’s Picks Edition

By Stew


Here are some articles that Mrs. Stew liked this week:

Think Your Way to Wealth wrote about the challenges of living on one income. There are challenges, but also blessings to having a parent at home all day . . .

This article might be a hint from Mrs. Stew – Borrow from None wrote about lesson six in the Financial Peace University: Buyer Beware. I could probably do a better job in that area sometimes.

Mrs. Stew enjoyed the discussion about money itself from Aristotles perspective posted by Mrs. Micah over at Finance for a Freelance Life.

Tough Money Love details his attempts to discontinue his subscriber based radio service. He is getting quite the run-a-round. I have experienced similar tactics in dealing with newspaper subscriptions.

Do you have a personal finance firewall? Frugal Dad tells you how to set one up (with some help from Jim at Bargaineering).

Christian PF talks about time management skills for entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurship is an American art form that I find fascinating. Small business owners can be some of the most creative, generous, decent people you will ever meet.

Remember that you can Ask Me Anything at glblstew(@) and have a great weekend! Don’t just spend money, spend time with family.

Article by Stew

Photo by mighty ohm

Last week’s Carnivals:

Festival of Frugality (Editor’s pick!)

Carnival of Twenty Something Finance (Editor’s pick!)

Carnival of Personal Finance #230

2 Responses (including trackbacks) to “Friday Gathering: Mrs. Stew’s Picks Edition”

  1. RC@Thinkyourwaytowealth Says:

    Glad Mrs. Stew liked my post, thanks for the mention!

  2. ChristianPF Says:

    THanks for the mention Mrs. STew!! Have a great weekend!!