The Simple Dollar Morning Roundup: Be My Digg Friend Edition

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Yesterday, I signed up for a Digg account in order to start sharing the interesting links that I find. Basically, I’m going to submit my morning roundup links, a few of the best ones from The Simple Dollar, and a few more links each day that I find interesting. If you’d like to keep tabs on what I add, here’s my profile – it might also be worthwhile to add me as a friend on there, too, if you’re a frequent user.

I also have some big news… but that can wait until a bit later today.

Always Be Prepared: 5 Tips For Unexpected Job Loss I have a sixth tip: always have some kind of backup plan. Spend some time thinking about what you’d do if you got fired right now, so you don’t have to think about it during the overstressed period right after getting fired. (@ consumerism commentary)

Temptation in the Workplace and Accountability My best practice at work is to just focus on nothing at all but work. Even when I’m engaging in office banter, I try to see it as just part of work. Why? I’m not tempted to start mixing work and personal life. (@ clever dude)

Some American Companies Are Now Going Job ONsnoring I’ve actually seen this several times in the last few months, and I wouldn’t be shocked if it becomes a serious trend. (@ filam personal finance)

The Simple Dollar Retro: Emptying Out A 401(k) To Pay Off Credit Card Debt This is a very touchy issue with a lot of argument in both directions. My feeling is that if you’re currently in a place where you literally can’t pay your bills, sometimes you have to look pretty far outside the box.

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7 thoughts on “The Simple Dollar Morning Roundup: Be My Digg Friend Edition

  1. Trent:

    Long time reader, first time commenter. :)

    Welcome to Digg. (decent at times) Keep up the good writing … and awaiting your good news!

  2. You know, last night I told my wife “I bet Trent is going to include my article in his roundup tomorrow”. Sure enough you did. Thanks! Glad you liked it. I think more guys (and ladies) need to know this information and the risks of relaxing your guard in the workplace.

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