Lists lists.. I love lists. I use lists to get my work done. I know there are list apps on the phone but I like the traditional pen and paper. I make a list and I cross off the item when I get it done. I enjoy crossing things off my list so much that you would almost think I get a high from it. Nope, no drugs for me. Just completing my to-do lists is fine.
Speaking of lists, there are a few other lists not involving to-do lists, but instead, lists of the top personal finance blogs.
Andrew over at Money Crashers has a new list of Personal Finance Blogs– it’s like Wisebread’s list on SPEED. Not just Alexa rank, it has a unique algorithm that calculates based on your feedburner subscribers, twitter followers, alexa rank, Page rank.. etc.! My current ranking is at 224 so now there’s something else other than Alexa rank to work on!
Not only do we have a Wisebread list and a Money Crashers List, not sure if you’re aware, we also have an official Yakezie list too, that shows the top personal finance sites in the Yakezie network. Be sure to check it out to get all your personal finance fill for the day. I’m number 24 on this list.
PF BLog Love
- Couple Money has some ideas for starting your own online business
- Canadian Finance Blog shares the top 15 credit card blunders
- Little House revisits whether she would like to buy or rent
- Money Reasons has another comic out (so cute!!)
- My Journey to Millions says its your responsibility to get off your ass and follow through with your business idea
- In celebration of Blog Action Day, Bucksome Boomer gives you 7 ways to conserve water
- Money Smarts Blog celebrates his first RESP book review! (I’ll be adding mine to that very soon! Can’t wait to read it)
- Boomer and Echo (Boomer in this case) shares with us how the best laid plans sometimes don’t work out
- Invest it Wisely reviews Barbara Friedberg’s 20 minute Guide to Investing
- 27 and Frugal shares what it’s like in working for a call centre from her friends perspective
- Million Dollar Journey has a guest post telling us the 4 Critical Mistakes NOT to make in Retirement Planning