Debtkid from Lending Club approached me about doing an interview for them. I’m generally very open to doing interviews for other sites and this was no exception. He came at me with some questions that required me to be more serious than I would normally be on Lazy Man and Money. If you are a regular reader and interested in a behind-the-scenes look at my life, I would suggest checking out the interview.
Articles from The Money Writers:
Brip Blap tells us how he gets things done. I need a system, but I can never stick with one.
The Digerati Life is outsourcing her finances. It must be nice having so much money that you can’t manage it all.
My Dollar Plan has joined Mint’s writing staff. Looks like Mint is doing a little bit what Prosper’s blog is doing.
Money Smart Life discusses international investing. I liked this quote, “further diversify our portfolio across geographic regions and markets.”
Sun discusses his net worth. I like how he breaks it out into a graph. I need to do that – and better focus on taxable and nontaxable accounts.
Million Dollar Journey also gives us his net worth. I’d take a 1.17% gain nowadays.
Generation X Finance reviews Rich by Thirty. At age 32, it seems that it’s a little late for me. Maybe I can be rich by 40.
Might Bargain Hunter asks if you are just doing the easy stuff. This is exactly what I’ve been doing lately. I need to put a lot more time into the difficult things that I’ve been putting off. Then again don’t we all?
Free Money Finance shows how you can a save a half million by controlling wedding costs. We did just about everything we could, but there’s only so much you can save when you have 175 people there.
No Credit Need writes about the difference between surviving and thriving. I get the impression that too many people are simply surviving nowadays.
Moolanomy hosted the carnival of peer-to-peer lending this week. I was happy to be included as he notes that the Fed’s rate cuts hit Prosper.
Lazy, thank you for the opportunity to host the carnival of peer-to-peer lending.