The Simple Dollar Morning Roundup: Productive Edition

I have felt incredibly productive in my writing over the last two or three weeks, knock on wood. There have been times in the past where it has been difficult for me to write – not lately. It’s been a flood, in fact, and I have more good ideas than I have time to write. It’s a great feeling, especially when one sets a schedule of posting quality stuff as intense as the one here is.

Can Cheaper Goods and Lower Prices Put Us At Risk? A Photo Essay They certainly can, and in fact they’ve made me a more careful consumer for everything I buy. (@ the digerati life)

Who Earns Minimum Wage? A Statistical Profile Many people from my hometown earn minimum wage or close to it. I think education is the best indicator – a college degree makes all the difference. (@ get rich slowly)

How to Make a List of Financial Goals A nice little compilation of various thoughts on setting personal finance goals. (@ queercents)

The Simple Dollar Retro: Six Points of Advice If You’re Considering Loaning Money to a Friend In my opinion, you should never loan money to a friend, but if you can’t shake the urge, read these tips.

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  1. I’m always awed by how you’re able to keep up with your schedule – the job, young family, side businesses, and the fact that you bought a new house in the middle of it. I’m in a similar situation but find it more challenging to get in the zone when everything is happening at the same time. Isn’t the subconscious responsible for this productivity? :)

  2. Laura says:

    I also liked GRS article on how to get out of minimum wage. Both were well written.

  3. Sherry says:

    Congratulations! It’s so liberating to know where your thoughts will go and how you’ll turn those out. You’ve done well with multiple postings in a single day! Keep up the creative flow of posts :-)

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