This is Personal Finance Weekly Reading at it’s best brought to you by yours truly Mr. CBB. It’s the first days of the 2013 New Year and I’ve changed this post name in hopes of capturing fans to drop in and check out the amazing weekly reads that I find around the web. I read alot of personal finance articles and frugal recipe blogs every week who share everything from personal finance advice to making something delicious in the kitchen. Near the end of 2012 I started to branch out and network with other Bloggers around the web to learn more about the message they wanted to share. When I drop in to read a blog post and comment I do so because I learned something from that blog post and I know that my fans will as well.
I’ve also been learning alot about blogging and some of the mistakes I’ve made and some of the mistakes I’m glad I didn’t make. Learning how to blog is not as easy as I anticipated especially if you want to build a successful website but the more you learn about what happens behind the scenes the easier it becomes. I am glad I read blogging for dummies before going live as it was a stepping stone into a world that I am almost one year into and enjoying. If it helps keep you organized you can head over to my mate Sicorra’s page at Tackling Our Debt and download her free Blog Planner. She put this together to help other Bloggers stay organized. Canadian Budget Binder will be one year old at the end of January and with that comes a give-away so stay tuned for lots of updates and a new blog design!
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This Blog was created with the mindset that Canadians and those around the world may want to learn how to get their financial health in order. I like to think that debt is debt, money is money no matter where you live. In 2013 I plan to make some new Blogger friends and continue to build relationships with my current Blogger friends who all know how appreciative I am to be part of their network. I’ll be posting this post every Friday and sharing with you a glimpse of some of the best finance and recipe posts that I read from around the web. With all this talk about the “Fiscal Cliff” and how it will attach itself to our rear ends I think that we should be proactive in our journey towards debt freedom, retirement and for some early retirement. I always refer back to the crystal ball and am proud that I just did what I felt was best for us. If 2013 is the year you want to make a difference to your finances take the step forward and claim your rights as an individual to understand and put your money to work for you. A budget is our success formula and will always be a part of our life and I hope you make it a part of yours. -Mr.CBB
Weekly Reading List
Learning begins with sharing!
You are always tops in my books when you share Canadian Budget Binder! This not even close to all the Blogs I read each week so I will try to circulate blogs week by week. I hope you will all take the time to share Canadian Budget Binder with your fans as I have done for you.
To my Amazing Fans-Check out these Blogs because if they weren’t worthwhile to follow then I wouldn’t be following them. I guarantee you will learn something new -Mr.CBB
- Money Bulldog-Should You Buy A House in 2013?
- Modest Money- Cutting Recurring Costs to Save Money
- Club Thrifty-Can You Afford To Live Until You are 90?
- Punch Debt In the Face- The Most Boring Post I Write All Year
- Frugal Rules-What My Air Conditioner Taught Me About Saving Money
- Work Save Live- How To Start and Use The Cash Envelope System
- Finance Fox-4 Avoidable Money Mistakes
- My Own Advisor-With A New Year comes New Hits To Your Wallet
- Making Sense of Cents-Is Pet Insurance Worth it?
- Debt Round-up- The Many Perks Of BAnking Online
- Budget and The Beach-2013 Living In The Moment
- Budget Blonde- The Most Expensive Day I Ever Had
- Freedom Thirty Five-How The National Debt Works
- Mr. Everyday Dollar- The Retirement Portfolio That Generates Cash
- Plunged In Debt- What Would You Do with $2013.00?
- Timeless Finance- Legalize Marijuana
- Planting Our Pennies- POP Balance Sheet Dec 2012
- My Canuck Buck-How To Help Others Without Spending A Dime or Leaving Home
- Boomer and Echo- A Monthly Financial Planning Check List
- The Brighter Life-How To Quit Smoking?
- Free In Ten Years- The Hidden Psychological Stress of Work and Why I Want Out
- The Outlier Model- Net Worth Update January 2013
- Lazy Man and Money-I Bought A New Car
- Living Debt Free Rocks- Currency Conversion Reality Check
- Prairie Eco-Thrifter- Pick It Up-The High Cost of Litter Control
- Tight Fisted Miser- Shares his 2012 Recap
- Vix Money- December 2012 Spending Plan Results
- Average Joes Money Blog-5 Simple Steps to Kick 2013 into High Gear
- Out of Your Rut- 8 Resons Why You Should Pay Cash For A Car
- Unique Gifter-Dark of Winter Date Ideas
- Rather Be Shopping- My Best Financial Tip 2013
- Young Adult Money- How To Know The True Value Of A Home
- See Debt Run-How To Stop Biting Your Nails
- Our Freaking Budget-Making The Most of Your Neighbours
- Add Vodka- What is Swagbucks?
- IHeartBudgets-5 Reasons To Start a Budget in 2013
- SavingAdvice.com- Ten Financial Resolutions Everyone Should Make
- Edward Antrobus-The 2013 $3k Challenge
- Reach Financial Independence-13 Money Resolutions for 2013-Do it Yourself
- Broke Ass Mommy- Resolutions 2013
- Monster Piggy Bank- Get Smarter About Money In 6 Steps
- Savvy Scot-Change Your Life, Realize Your Goals and Achieve Them
- Coupon Christine- Smart Couponing 2013 Let’s Stay Out of the Penalty Box and Top 3 Stockpiled Items of 2013
- Femme Frugality- How Kids Increased My Net Worth A Guest Post she wrote.
- The Family Finances-Planning For Savings in 2013
- One Smart Dollar-How To Vet a Charity?
- Eyes on the Dollar- Hidden Benefits of Foreclosure Hunting
- Single Mom Income- The Truth About Working From Home
Recipes of the Week:
- Lil Suburban Homestead- Lazy Macaroni and Cheese
- Aunt B on a Budget- Barley- Why You Need This Stuff In Your Kitchen
- What To Cook?- Chicken Thighs Marinated in Citrus
- The Outlier Model- Leftover Turkey Recipe Ideas
- So Over This- Southern Style Crockpot Chex Mix
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There have been so many awesome people who have tweeted my posts this week that I can’t possibly name them all. I read every tweet and many thanks to all of you. I may have to put this part of the post to rest for now and concentrate on bringing the best personal finance blog posts to this weekly reading list for the fans.
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- December 2012 Canadian Budget Binder Budget Update (canadianbudgetbinder.com)
- New Year’s Resolution:Canadian Debt and Tackling Personal Finances (canadianbudgetbinder.com)
- Weekly Personal Finance Blog RoundUp – 1/4/2013 (debtroundup.com)
- Budgeting With Mr.CBB Got Us Back On Track! (canadianbudgetbinder.com)
- Too Many Bills Not Enough Money Each Month-$100 CASH GIVEAWAY (canadianbudgetbinder.com)