Things are still crazy trying to get into a new routine. I think I got all of my exercise in last week, which is definitely a plus. I also got that last bag of Good Will items out the door, so I was finally able to get my Declutter Challenge tracker updated. Now that that's updated, I can see that I'm a little bit behind schedule. To average one item a day, I should be up to 43 by now.
Money for College Project for including me in their weekly roundup! I think the idea of posting a different scholarship every day is a great idea. Where was that when I was still looking to apply?
Some favorites from this week:
Broke Professionals asks us to think about the definition of broke.
Fiscal Phoenix takes us through the ins and outs of mutual funds.
Mighty Bargain Hunter discusses the possible repercussions of the tax deduction for mortgage interest going away.
Money for College Project wonders whether the game Second Life can teach our children personal finance.
Stock Trend Investing Guide recounts a recent conference visit and what he learned about acting like a real entrepreneur with your personal finances.
Jeff at Sustainable Life Blog describes the reasoning behind his new challenge for himself: the meat challenge.
Watson Inc. provides us with four ways to reshape your views regarding money.
Money Cactus asks a simple question: what motivates you?