The Doer Round Up
|March 6, 2012||Posted by Roshawn Watson under Uncategorized|
By: Roshawn Watson
Greetings friend. It’s been an incredible month! Your support has truly been a lifeline to this site. I appreciate you for sticking with me, tweeting, commenting, sending me emails, including me in your round ups, advising, encouraging, and for all of the many ways you have shown love. I value you so much! Thank you!!!
Uncommon Round Up
Here is my Ultimate Guide to Becoming a Doer. (Dumb Little Man) – I’m honored it resulted in me getting quoted in the New York Times.
The prolific and insightful Trent shares an interesting perspective about jobs and the entrepreneurial mindset. (The Simple Dollar)
While I don’t personally sign up for new cards (or directly allow their ads on here), I still get asked about their promotions. FMF compiled a centralized resource. (Free Money Finance)
Jeffrey offers 67 Free and Inexpensive Hobbies. Who said hobbies have to be expensive? (Savings Advice)
What’s your Travel Style? Resort Relaxer or Exploring Adventurer? I am unapologetically a resort relaxer. I so enjoy Young’s fun personality, which shows through with this post! (Young And Thrifty)
Hmmm, here’s one to ponder: Would You Buy An Engagement Ring At A Pawn Shop? This may not be acceptable for every household. (Sustainable Personal Finance)
How I Quit My Job, and What I Plan to Do Next. Congrats Kevin. I applaud you on beginning the next chapter of your life! (Invest It Wisely)
Do you read blogs by people who are in debt? I read blogs by people from many walks of life. If I happen to know someone’s background, that may provide added context for his or her advice. (The Money Principle)
I am a big advocate for budgeting. Average Joe says: Forget 5 Steps to Budget Success–How About One (this site is a new blogroll addition; thanks for all the support and laughs Joe!)
Have you ever had a bad interview? Here’s an interesting account: When an Interview Goes Bad (Fiscal Phoenix)
I feel very strongly about failures and how they affect us. I’ll be revisiting this topic later. For now, here’s an interesting article: When Failure is the Best Option (Careful Cents).
The recent investing trends are quite interesting. The Novel Investor discusses: An Under-Invested America: Is Conservative The New Norm?
While I won’t be writing about goal-setting again for some time, here’s another take on “stretch goals.” The Power of Setting Modest Goals (Thad Thoughts)
Diversification is pretty common knowledge, yet how often do we do it? The Risk of Investing in Your Company Stock (Stock Trend Investing)
Here is a list of carnivals that I have participated in:
Carnival of Financial Camaraderie
Carnival of Financial Camaraderie #18 @ My University Money
Carnival of Financial Camaraderie #19 @ Newlyweds On A Budget
Carnival of Financial Camaraderie #20 @ My University Money
Carnival of Financial Camaraderie #21 @ Thirty Six Months
Carnival of Financial Camaraderie # 22 @ My University Money
Carnival of Financial Camaraderie #23 @ Canadian Finance Blog
Carnival of Personal Finance
Carnival of Personal Finance #346 @ The Jenny Pincher
Carnival of Personal Finance # 347 @ One Cent At a Time
Carnival of Personal Finance # 349 @ Sustainable Personal Finance
Carnival of Personal Finance # 350 @ Well Heeled Blog
Carnival of Personal Finance # 351 @ Girls Just Want To Have Fun
Yakezie Carnival @ The Amateur Financier
Yakezie Carnival @ Steadfast Finances
Yakezie Carnival @ 101Centavos
Yakezie Carnival @ Financial Success For Young Adults
Yakezie Carnival @ Not Made of Money
Festival of Frugality
Festival of Frugality #325 @ Debt Free by 30!