I’ve been learning more about web development and coding in particular. Reading about coding is always slow going because reading it and writing it are definitely two different things.
I was able to get some me time in this week (sort of). I overlapped the “me” time with blogging at a local coffee house (see Blogging At The Local Arabica Coffee House). Unlike the original experience, the words just poured from my head into the blog. Initially it was going to be the post I’m writing now, but it got too lengthy for the intro that I planned it to be, so I have it scheduled for tomorrow.
Surprisingly, I’m starting to shift gears and get more into the technology side of blogging. I was going to wait until next year to change my site, but I find that I’m starting to think about doing it next month instead if not sooner. We’ll see if I can resist the temptation for the rest of this month!
On to my list of PF Blogger Articles for the Week:
Budgeting in the Fun Stuff: Balancing My Checkbook – Too Loaded to Care? – While I don’t have a booming online business, I can relate to how once you have enough money for a buffer in your checkbook, checking it isn’t as imperative as it once was. Congratulations Crystal!
101 Centavos: A Brief Look At Debtor’s Prison – Many years back, debtor’s prison were an acceptable way of dealing with deadbeat borrowers.
20s Finances: Steve Jobs Died: What Was Important To Him – Steve Jobs’ Passing causes many of us to reflect on what is most important. Do you live to work or work to live?
Money Reasons: Why I Got An American Express Blue Cash Card – American Express Blue Cash Rewards Card is on of the best credit cards out there, and I’m now making this my primary credit card. Here is why. (this is my favorite blogger, lol)
Everyday Tips & Thoughts: Tips For Maintaining A Good Credit Score – Maintaining a good credit score is not difficult. All you have to do is follow some basic tenets of personal finance.
Growing Money Smart: What is Personal Finance? – This is my definition and description of personal finance
Financial Samurai: Confessions Of A Protester – This actually relieves me in knowing that not everybody believes in some of the stupid causes that they protest about. I mean, come on “A Job is a Right, Capitalism doesn’t work”? Of course it work, that’s why we are at the top of the heap and a superpower. Geez… It does make me a bit disappointed that the protesters in Sam’s article don’t have better things to do with their life though…
Okay, that’s enough! On to the rest of the post:
Til Next Time
Enjoy the incredible weather (it’s 80 degree in mid-October, how cool is that? Apparently not very…)