WEEKEND BLOG LOVE – A lil bit of this & a lil bit of that

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Just as the title says, this weeks edition of WBL is; “a little bit of this and a little bit of that” all mashed together to form one beautiful WBL for the week of January 24. Shoot! That reminds me, its February next week, a new month. Wow this year is flying by so far, were already  into February. Valentines Day? Family Day? More travel for work? Yes, Yes & No.

 

Blonde & Balanced - Amber  talks about Assertiveness. Great read. I am definitely assertive. What are you?

Buck Inspire - Entrepreneur Analysis – Why they are closed minded, defensive, emotional, impulsive…anything else?

Financial Highway – 5 Super Smart tricks for living within your means!

Canadian Finance Blog- Alan talks about his final week of Financial Fast. He and the wifey fasted through the month of January by staying away from unnecessary purchases. Pretty neat I think!

Wallet Pop - Target coming to Canada? I’m excited. I looove Target! So what can we expect from Target in Canada?

Canadian Dream: Free at 45 -  Talks about a generation of not saving for retirement? I guess I fall into that generation. Great post!!

Realized Returns - RRSP Gross Up Strategy

Young and Thrifty – Why you should value your retirement accounts!

FOX

Comments

  1. Thanks for the WBL. Just what I needed, rocking out to some Loverboy! Awesome! :) Have a great weekend.

  2. Tom @ CFB says:

    Thanks for the link Fox!

  3. Thanks for including my RRSP post. I've been on the road all week and have fallen behind on my reading to the point that I missed doing a roundup on the weekend!
    My recent post The Smith Maneuver- a tax strategy every Canadian should know about

  4. Youngandthrifty says:

    Thanks for the love, fox!

    Your guest post is up on my site- thanks again for the post!
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    • Fox - financefox.ca says:

      No problem for the love. I wish I got some love from my post on your site. Thus far no comments, but great "review" of your own on the article. Thanks!