Mr.CBB’s Weekly Blog Post Picks Dec 27,2012 – A Day Early

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I’m a day early for the weekly blog post picks this week and that is because I have a special blog post planned for tomorrow. Don’t try and squeeze it out of me but I’ll tell you it’s one you won’t want to miss especially if 2013 is the year you want to make magic happen. Although many personal finance Bloggers took the week off from Blogging there were still plenty of excellent posts that ended up in my inbox. I thought I was the only one that was nutty enough not to take a day or three off but I guess I’m not.

Now that Christmas and Boxing Day are over now is the time for us to plan our New Year’s Resolutions or at least goals for 2013. Last year we both quit smoking and we are still smoke-free today. I’m not sure what we will give up this year but I do know that either way giving up smoking was our all-time “want”  and “need” to do.

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Not too much tweeting happening of my posts this week but I’m sure that’s only due to the holidays. Hopefully we will be back into full tweeting swing now that Christmas has passed. I’m hoping to reach 1000 twitter fans as my next goal so all the help is appreciated. *wink*

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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. Always great to be part of the Mr. CBB roundup!

    Happy Holidays mate!

    Mark

  2. Thanks for mentioning us! I’ll make sure to check it out tomorrow!

  3. Mr. CBB now that I am on winter break I have a little more time and I am making it a point to stop by and visit every single one of these blogs! I have already read some amazing posts! By the way thanks for the kind words about my lil’ blog :)

  4. iheartbudgets says:

    Congrats on staying smoke-free, I have seen first-hand how difficult that can be. And thanks for mentioning my post :)

    NOW TAKE A DAY OFF, I DEMAND IT!

  5. Congrats on staying smoke free and continuing to keep each other accountable :0) I’ve always liked this time of the year when we can reflect on the last 12 months and set goals for the next 12. Thanks for including me in your blog post picks.

  6. Quitting smoking should be worth two year’s of resolutions. So many people can’t do it. I’m glad I never started. I will be taking next week off, so don’t think I forgot you. Thanks for mentioning my post.

  7. Congratulations on making it a year, and thanks for including my post. A commenter on it admitted that she was referred to it by you!

  8. Thanks for including us! And congrats on one year of being smoke-free! We’re setting some financial goals (I think the post is scheduled for early January some time…) but no big resolutions I think.

  9. Thanks for the mentions Mr. CBB! I apologize for the late comment, but with my son being born on the 27th, I have been a little behind. I will catch up this week and you are always on my list!

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