Most mornings, I start off my day by doing a logic puzzle, some combination of a kakuro puzzle, a sudoku puzzle, or a picross puzzle. This, immediately after some cold water splashed on the face, gets my mind going and gets me in the right mood to write.
Telecommuting: Why Working From Home Just Makes Sense One of the big benefits of my long-debated switch to doing The Simple Dollar full time would be the same as the benefits of telecommuting – no eating out costs, no transportation costs, and so on. (@ finance is personal)
Most Personal Finance Bloggers Are Rich, Self-Righteous, and Inflexible? From the article’s comments: “I suspect that the reason most bloggers don’t post about how to become rich while homeless, unemployed, disabled, or disadvantaged is because they don’t have a clue about how it could be done.” I’d be happy to write about how it could be done … in fact, just stick around for a bit and I may do just that. A lot of food for thought for anyone who has written a personal finance blog or is even thinking about one. (@ money, matter, and more musings)
The Simple Dollar Retro: If You Take Home Anything At All … Seven Fundamental Tips I tried to boil down all of the stuff I talk about into a handful of tips, for better or worse.