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We found some interesting articles on the web this week, ranging from how to not obsess about money to some thoughts on when to splurge. Let us know what you think!
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How to Live Well Without Obsessing About Money – A great read for anyone who is a fan of personal finance blogs! -MoneyNing
Money 101: Why You Should Track Cash Flow – Cash flow is one thing I don’t track right now so I found this post to be pretty interesting. – FreeMoneyFinance
Top 8 Luxuries That Make Financial Sense to Splurge On – Whether I agree with them or not, I love reading other people’s perspectives on what is worth a splurge. -MoneyCrashers
Five Apps to Help Guide Your Retirement Savings – I’m always looking for some cool new apps and this was an interesting list! – Lazy Man and Money
What are the Most Expensive Traffic Violations? – We all know owning a car isn’t cheap but if you’re running into issues obeying the rules of the road, it can get even more expensive. -CashMoneyLife
How To Save Money On Keurig Coffee – I’ve always thought Keurig coffee machines were a bit too expensive to really be frugal so I liked reading about some ways to make them more affordable! -Three Thrifty Guys
How to Pay for Graduate School – A great read for anyone contemplating grad school and wondering how you might pay for it. -MoneySmartLife
5 Ways that Filing for Bankruptcy Impacts your Life – Even though this is Canadian-focused, I think it does a good job of running through things in your life that will be impacted if you file for bankruptcy. -Million Dollar Journey
Splurge vs. Save – An Interview Outfit That Won’t Break the Bank – Some good tips for that all-important interview outfit! -GoGirl Finance