Tiger Woods has won seven straight PGA events against the best players in the world. I can’t hit a ball out of a bunker. Sometimes, people with skill amaze you so much that you begin to believe that they’ve got a touch of the supernatural. Anyway, on with today’s posts.
Making The Financial Sacrifice To Get What You Want Great post – sometimes you have to suck it up and make sacrifices if you want to reach your goals. Of course, it’s much easier to go get a latte. Remind yourself of that when you’re eighty and eating Alpo. (@ my two dollars)
Giving Up A Childhood Fantasy Because You Do Not Want To Sink Into Debt What are you living for if you don’t take advantage of these moments? If I’m faced with a situation like this, where if I choose the “sensible” thing, I’ll regret it for the rest of my life, I’ll be going into debt for it. (@ blogging away debt)
If you haven’t entered yet, you might want to check out this week’s giveaway, a copy of Jim Cramer’s latest book, Mad Money. Entering is easy – just leave a comment on that post listing your stock of the year for 2007, and you’re entered! Only four days left, so get clicking!
Also, take some time to visit this week’s Carnival of Personal Finance (a collection of personal finance postings from a number of blogs, at five cent nickel this week) and also this week’s Carnival of Debt Reduction (a similar collection, this time focusing on debt reduction, at No Credit Needed Network).