The Simple Dollar Weekly Roundup: Christmas Carols Edition

Over the past week or so, I’ve been attempting to teach my two oldest children a pile of old Christmas carols. Their interpretations are often amusing, particularly because when they’re singing, they both try to substitute in incorrect words to make the other one laugh.

There’s nothing quite like the Christmas season.

Want to Land Your Dream Job? How to Get Started as a Financial Advisor/Planner I’ve been curious about this in the past, though I don’t ever want to be a typical financial advisor. I’d be interested in it mostly just to understand the methods used. (@ good financial cents)

Make Money by Shopping at Drugstores “Making” money might be a stretch, but you can certainly save money on some items by utilizing drugstores, particularly toiletries and the like. (@ the penny hoarder)

Investing in Yourself, Time Diversification, and My Dirty Little Secret Several interesting ideas tied up in a nice pretty single package. (@ magical penny)

20 Financial Milestones You Want to Reach in Your 20’s If you manage to hit even a few of these, you’re doing better than an awful lot of twentysomethings in terms of the long-term financial game. (@ generation y wealth)

“Happiness Does Not Consist in Things Themselves But in the Relish We Have of Them.” “Happiness does not consist in things themselves but in the relish we have of them; and a man has attained it when he enjoys what he loves and desires himself, and not what other people think lovely and desirable.” – La Rochefoucauld (@ happiness project)

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