The Simple Dollar Morning Roundup: Baby Week Monday Edition

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With the impending birth of my daughter (which may actually have happened as you read this), I won’t be around too much this week, so I prepared some morning roundups in advance that list some of my personal favorite articles from various other personal finance sites. Each day, I’ll feature four of them. Enjoy!

Why Religion Is An Important Part Of Personal Finance I’ve talked in brief about my faith before, but I generally try to not discuss it here. This article takes the issue on full blast – and I respect that. (@ get rich slowly)

The 7 Habits Of Highly Defective Investors The only thing this post is missing is a Covey-like picture depicting a pyramid – you know, of a pyramid scheme? (@ all financial matters

Frugal Lunch By The Clever Dudette This is a great post about preparing a very cheap and yet nutritious lunch. (@ clever dude)

Five Tips For Starting A Career Or New Position I think the “Cultivate Good Relationships” one actually stands out above the rest, particularly if you want to build a career in that field. (@ consumerism commentary)

The Simple Dollar Retro: Remembering A Painful Childhood Money Experience – And Trying To Apply What It Means I realize now how much this event shaped my life and the bad financial choices it led me to. Looking back on it, it’s an almost unbelievably awful thing to do to a child.

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2 thoughts on “The Simple Dollar Morning Roundup: Baby Week Monday Edition

  1. Religion really does have a large impact on personal finances. Have you ever read “Rich Christians in an Age of Hunger” by Ron Sider? I’d be interested in knowing what you think of that.

  2. Congratulations on the birth of your daughter! I would love it if you shared your birth stories with us (if your comfortable with that)! I know it’s not exactly a PF topic, but I think your readership would enjoy anyway.

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