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There’s a lot of great Yakezie posts this week so check them out:
@GrlRedBalloon In the Red: Forget retirement, grandpa
This is a very sad story about Red’s grandparents and debt. I just said “wow” after reading it. That’s all I really have to say. Go read it and you’ll see what I mean.
In about a year I plan on getting another vehicle. This post goes a little bit into the book “The Secrets of Power Negotiating”. I’m going to add it to my reading list and hopefully it will help me out in my negotiating skills.
@DividendMonk Investing Thesis
This is a great post that I plan to follow when I get into investing. It has great ideas about what to ask yourself before you decide to invest in a company.
@FinancialSamura Being Overly Content Can Be Detrimental To Your Career
Sam wrote a great post about loyalty and being content with your employer. People are a creature of habit, so staying in your job for to long could make it harder for you to leave for a better opportunity. That’s not really a good thing. Especially, as Sam points out, when your employer could let you go on a whim, no matter how long you’ve been there.
@CanadianFinance How Small Savings Can Make A Big Difference
Tom does a great job of showing, through his real life situation, how you can save on monthly expenses and how it can add up.
@prairieecothrif I’m A Loser! Are You?
Miss T. goes over why the people in “The Biggest Loser” are successful. These different things can be used in all sorts of life situations.
I’m not going to tell you the skill because I want you to click over and read it. I can say that the post delivers on what the title promises.
@danielpacker Saving Money on Car Insurance is Easy!
I’ve been with the same car insurance for several years. I should really start to look around and see if anywhere else is cheaper. I’ll be using these tips to help me get a lower rate.
I’m a fan of owning pets, but I do agree that if it comes down to just being able to support myself or my pet, I will always choose me. Flexo gives a great argument as to why you shouldn’t keep a pet if all you can afford is love.