What’s New Around The Blogosphere: May 27th, 2011

The end of the month is finally here and it’s time to say good-bye to the house we have called home for the past 8 years.  The emotions of leaving a home filled with so many memories hasn’t quite fully sunk in yet, but I’m sure it will once we take one last look at the place before leaving for good.

In some ways this house always seemed like it was just a temporary place for us before we moved on to something else.  It took a little longer than we originally thought, but now we are really looking forward to beginning a new chapter in our lives.

Here are a few interesting articles from the personal finance blogosphere this week:

  1. Studenomics presents Do I Have To Save Money In My 20′s?
  2. Cash Money Life says that Home Improvement Projects Are Best Left To Professionals
  3. Fabulously Broke feels pretty strongly that If You Can’t Afford It, Don’t Buy It
  4. Good Financial Cents lists The Top 25 Books For Entrepreneurs That Kick Serious Butt
  5. Young and Thrifty is Going Back to School – Is it Worth it?
  6. The Wisdom Journal explains How to Evaluate an Offer to Buy Your Home
  7. Free From Broke wonders if Extreme Couponing Really Saves or is it a Waste of Time?
  8. My University Money teaches Investing Series – Asset Classes
  9. The Passive Income Earner weighs in on Telecom Foreign Ownership
  10. Sustainable Personal Finance unveils their Sustainable Personal Financial Plan

We were also included in the following blog carnivals this week:


5 Responses to What’s New Around The Blogosphere: May 27th, 2011

  1. Thanks for the mention, Echo.

    Good luck with the house moving! It’s hard to say goodbye to good memories, but they will always be there :)

    You’ll have a new house just the way you like it now! and create new memories in it.

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