Welcome to the 160th edition of the best of money carnival featuring a weekly top ten blog posts of the week! It was really cool and tough picking through all the great posts to include and then ranking them in a top ten. As you can probably tell, I’m into posts about simple money issues and time management. I also threw one in there for all the Geeks… Enjoy! And feel free to trash me in the comments if yours didn’t make it! I assure you it’s not personal
10. Glen Craig presents Should Every Student Pursue a Four Year College Education? posted at Free From Broke . Used to be that getting a four year college education was something everyone should strive for. But nowadays it’s not the automatic decision it once was.
8. Sean presents How to Eat Right on a Budget posted at One Smart Dollar. Most people think that eating healthy has to be expensive. It is actually easier than you think to eat healthy meals while staying within budget.
7. Dividend Growth Investor presents My dividend crossover point posted at Dividend Growth Investor. The dividend crossover point, is the point where your dividend income meets or exceeds your expenses. For many dividend investors, this is the point synonymous with financial independence. After all, after years of sacrifice, wise investment and sticking to a plan, investors would finally be free from a nine to five job.
6. SB presents 101 Ways to earn extra money from side hustle posted at One Cent at a Time. An extensive list of 101 ways to earn extra money on the side by doing small hustle. See what fits for you. This post is to give you the possibilities, it’s up to you to implement.
5. Peter presents Are You Behaving Like a Future Millionaire, or Aiming to End Up Broke? posted at Bible Money Matters. Are you behaving like a future millionaire, and would your habits and behaviors line up nicely with high net worth individuals? Or will you end up broke?
4. Deacon Hayes presents 10 Ways to Trim your Budget posted at Well Kept Wallet. There are two sides to the financial equation: income and expenses. The only way that you can improve your situation financially is by either increasing your income or cutting your expenses. Often times increasing your income can be a challenge, so I offer 10 ways you can trim your budget.
3. Jeremy presents Leaving Your Heart Out Of Financial Decisions posted at Modest Money. Have you ever wondered why we sometimes rush into some financial decisions without properly thinking things through? Maybe we have weak willpower, but the reality of the situation is that we are letting our hearts impair our judgement.
2. Jeff Rose presents My “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” Experience posted at Good Financial Cents. We all have them; those moments in our lives where we are presented with a crossroad. Where each path has the potential to lead us into a totally different result.
And now… the very best post of the week! This one hit close to home…
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