Mr.CBB’s Weekly Blog Post Picks-Nov 23,2012 Shop Til You Drop!

Mr.CBB's Weekly Blog Post Picks

This is a week of many Thanks and lots of Black Friday Shopping for the masses in the USA and Canada. We had our first Black Friday excursion yesterday although it was more to pick up dog food and a bag of bird feed.  Once inside TSC store we were nearly trampled on by hungry deal shoppers who lined up well before 6 am the cashier told us. She also went on to say they sold out of many items right away and that this particular day each year they will do one weeks worth of sales. I was in awe but not shocked after seeing so many customers with their shopping trolleys filled to the top, some pulling two carts ( I know). Hey if shopping is what you have to do to get the best deals and best prices then head out and shop til you drop!

Mr.CBB’s Top “whatever I want” Blog Post Picks of the Week

I know I said it would be the Top 20 but I realized I truly read alot of blog posts each week. All these lovely Bloggers read my Blog and link their favourite posts for their fans that it was so hard. Keep in mind this is only a snap shot of the Blogs I read so there are many more amazing posts. If I don’t mention you it doesn’t mean I’m not reading your posts and enjoying them.

So I realized that I’m going to do what I want (after all it’s my blog) and if one week there is 10 there is 10 if there is 20 there is 20. What matters is that I bring the best for my fans and that’s what I do, help to educate my fans about personal finance and more. As I continue to reach out to other Blogs that are new to me I will start to add them to my list. As always thanks to all of you who share my posts with your fans.

Eggless Chocolate Coffee Cake

In no particular order, sit back, go ahead grab a hot beverage and a piece of egg-less chocolate coffee cake (so good by the way) then enjoy these good weekend reads.

  1. A Guide to Consumerism Weekend – Femme Frugality
  2. How Far Does $300,000 of Retirement Savings Go?- Oblivious Investor
  3. Be an Advocate For Your Own Health Care – Frugal Rules
  4. How Do You Prepare A Budget With Irregular Income? – Eyes on the Dollar
  5. Is travel insurance essential? – Making Sense of Cents
  6. Are You For Or Against Labor Unions?- Financial Samurai
  7. Reconciling Consumerism with Minimalism-My Alternate Life
  8. The Most Popular Financial Mistakes You Should Avoid – Work Save Live
  9. Saving Money With DIY – One Smart Dollar
  10. Spotting Scams On Craigslist- Master The Art of Saving
  11. Life is What You Make Of It-Living Debt Free Rocks!
  12. What Would You Do For Money…If You Had To?-Club Thrifty
  13. How to Juggle it All – Tips from an Overachiever-Add Vodka
  14. How To Fake A More Expensive Christmas Gift – Plunged in Debt
  15. Preparing Financially for a Baby – Reach Financial Independence
  16. 6 Things You Should be Spending Money on – Monster Piggy Bank
  17. Christmas for Less- The Family Finances
  18. Balancing Our Family Budget Anew – Broke-Ass Mommy
  19. Bite-Size Your Finances – Money Crush
  20. Change Your Life – Step 7 Improve Your Social Life-Savvy Scot
  21. 7 Habits of Wealthy People – Well Kept Wallet
  22. Our Cultural Split-Personality: Frugality and Consumerism-Young Adult Money
  23. Google PageRank, Not Just About Links-Modest Money
  24. Five Steps To Get Your House Ready To Rent-Fix em Up and Rent em Out
  25. Making Money From Home – Is It Possible?-Pelican on Money
  26. Frugal Lifestyle: Why Bother?- The Frugal Path
  27. An Introduction Into the World of Freegans- My Canuck Buck
  28. Should You Have A Prenuptial Agreement? Finance Fox
  29. Note to CRA-Foreign Income Doesn’t Need To Be A Foreign Concept-My Own Advisor
  30. Are Children’s Extracurricular Activities Worth it? Boomer and Echo
  31. Thanksgiving- I Heart Budgets
  32. Dividend Income-The Passive Income Earner
  33. Humility, The Quiet Trait Everyone will Notice-Fearless Men
  34. Being Evil to Save Money-The Outlier Model
  35. Debt Collector Worries, Don’t Panic Inform Yourself-Money Bulldog
  36. I’m Going To New York- Blonde On A Budget
  37. My Best Financial Tip- Get Organized -Vix Money
  38. 6 Wacky Ways To Sell Your Home Fast- The Free Financial Advisor
  39. Twinkies A Hot Commodity- Freedom Thirty Five Blog
  40. When Did Banks Stop Accepting Coin Deposits- Debt Round Up
  41. The Pros and Cons of a No Contract Cell Phone-Edward Antrobus
  42. Our First Every Spending Cleanse- Planting Our Pennies
  43. How To Manage And Pay Off Debts- Budget Snob
  44. Proper Gift Etiquette Is There Such A Thing?- Nurse Frugal
  45. The View Nov, 19,2012- The Daily Dig
  46. Being On A Budget Doesn’t Mean You Are Poor- Budget Blonde
  47. Have Fun at The Mall I’ll Be at The Thrift Store- Money Master Mom
  48. Don’t Be an Asshole Ask L.Bee- L Bee and The Money Tree
  49. Money Pit #2 New Houses- Vanessa’s Money

Recipes of the Week:

  1. 40 Frugal Freezer Meals- Financial Highway
  2. Leftover Turkey Recipe- Eyes On The Dollar
  3. Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup with Egg Noodles- Work Save Live
  4. Roast Beef Dutch Oven Style-Lil Suburban Homestead
  5. Cheese Grits With Spinach, Roasted Tomatoes and Poached Eggs-Aunt B on a Budget

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Twitter  Personal Finance #PF  and Other Peeps to Check Out!

This is a list of the Twitter Peeps That I Follow that Tweeted 2 times or more from Friday to Friday Canadian Budget Binder Blog Posts according to the Follow Friday Helper App.  If I miss you, blame the app and let me know please. Cheers!

Facebook Follow Friday

Here are a few awesome Facebook Pages to Check out! These page owners came around, chatted and shared my posts with their Facebook Fans! If I miss you..tell me as I can’t always see the posts you share on Facebook so just PM me to let me know.

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Mr. CBB
I’m from the UK and now a recent permanent resident in Canada. I bought my first house at the age of 21 after University then my second at the age of 24. I’ve always been fascinated with personal finance, savings, learning to make money and watch it grow while combating debts along the way. Canadian Budget Binder is a place where I get to share my experiences with personal finance and learn about yours along the way. I hope you stick around and check me out on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest where I am active on all social media sites. Cheers, Mr.CBB
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Comments

  1. Living Debt Free Rocks! says:

    I had the same debate concerning link love because some weeks there are just many more posts that are too good to not mention than other weeks. I arrived at the exact same conclusion lol! Thanks for the mention this week Mr. CBB and enjoy the week-end :)

  2. John S @ Frugal Rules says:

    Thanks so much for the mentions Mr. CBB! I like your attitude about links. I never can determine how many I want to do, so I just do what I think are the best. That cake looks mighty tasty, I think I would have to find a way to get it down even though I am still in a wee bit of a food coma.

    • Ha, I bet, I’m starving right now I can eat just about anything. The cake was dead easy to make and I make it when I want something light and fluffy.. no pun intended! Cheers mate and glad your holiday was filling! Mr.CBB

  3. Great list as always Mr CBB, and thank you for the mention. :) You’re quite right; it is your blog, and therefore your choice. If I had to choose from all the many posts I read each week I wouldn’t know where to begin!

    • Ya, I comment o so many posts each week and I do share on FB some of these posts. I just want to bring the knowledge to the fans. That’s what I’m here for, to help. I’m also exposing the fans to all these bloggers which I always appreciate as I always learn of new sites that I end up following and enjoy the writing style.

  4. Haha…what a sacrifice to feed the pets! Sorry you had to go through that. We didn’t do Black Friday this year. Too much stress and there weren’t any awesome sales on things we really wanted. At least not advertised.

    Thank you so much for the mention/link! Hope the rest of your consumerism weekend goes well. :p

  5. Thanks for the shout out Mr CBB, you are very brave to go fight the masses on a shopping war! I went once to the first day of sales in London together with 1 million people (felt like 80 millions) this is some experience I am not looking forward to repeating!

  6. Wow, heckuva reading list. Thanks for the mention. That cake made me hungry. Going to eat now, a barley sandwich :)

    Cheers,
    Mark

  7. That whole black Friday thing sounds nuts! I hate shopping at the best of times so there is no way I would want to me amongst that size of crowd.

    Thanks for including me in your round up – Have a good weekend :)

  8. Thanks for the mention Mr. CBB! That’s definitely some list you have going. :)

    Oh, I meant to ask; how was the movie? Is it worth seeing? :P

    Have a good weekend!

  9. Thank you kindly for the inclusion, sir! What is in a barley sandwich? A decent-sized hangover the next day, if you’re doing it right ;)

  10. Thanks again Sir, much appreciated :) I should know by now not to read this list until I’m prepared to start at some yummy food picture…alas, you have me wanting cake.

  11. Thanks for the mention Mr. CBB. I appreciate it and I am glad that you survived Black Friday. Enjoy your weekend and thanks for the list of good reads, it is massive!

  12. Thanks for the love Mr. CBB! Have a great weekend!

  13. Wow, that’s lots of link love Mr. CBB. I really, really appreciate it. I usually add until I run out of time, and my list is never as long as some. There are just too many good ones out there. Your pets should really thank you for venturing out today.

  14. Thanks for the mention! I am humbled to be included with such stellar posts. Have a great weekend!

  15. Thanks for the reshare on Humility! I’m impressed with how many blog posts you refer each week–if these are your favorites I can’t imagine how many you are reading that you are pulling from!

  16. Hey mate, sorry it’s a bit late but thanks for the mention! Been away for a few days, hope you had a good weekend.

  17. Thanks for including me!

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