I’ve been on a kick recently re-reading some of my favorite novels of all. I just finished The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle for the fifth or sixth time and as I sat there thinking back on the book, I realized that it might be the greatest novel I’ve ever read. It might not have transformed my life like other books, but in terms of really making me sit and just reflect and absorb an amazing novel from beginning to end, this would be the one. If you haven’t read this novel, please think of giving it a shot. It’s amazing. Anyway, on with some personal finance posts.
A Reply To A Comment Journey to Freedom maybe shouldn’t be in the headline writing business, but the advice here is a good one. Look at the interest rates, people, not the overall monthly payment. Debt consolidations can lower your monthly payments, but if the interest rates are higher, you’re doing yourself a huge disservice over the long run. (@ journey to freedom)
Ten Reasons Why You Should Be An Entrepreneur Today This post got me to thinking about how entrepreneurship advice really applies to life in general most of the time. These are all things that a successful individual should work on, no matter what their employment situation. (@ money smart life)