Much of my day slipped away when a MonaVie distributor decided to threaten to physically harm me over at my website explaining how MonaVie is a scam. I spent a little too much time trying to show him how he’s Brainwashed by MonaVie. This process is usually a lot quicker, but my new laptop seems to be possessed. The “6” key stays depressed at random times, making typing a sentence a difficult process. An external keyboard does help, but it’s still not the same.
So hopefully, early this week, I will have my laptop serviced by Dell for the third time in two weeks. The earlier they can schedule me in, the earlier I can start being fully productive again. So let’s just jump to the links with no further delay:
- A friend of mine last week moved his domain from The Casual Observer to The Soap Boxers. He spent a lot of time learning how to do it right… in hindsight, I wish I had remembered that BlogCrafted provide a good blog migration service.
- Brip Blap asks what is better from a tax perspective: a Roth IRA or a 401k?
- Digerati Life wonders if a Liberal Arts education is worth it.
- Frugal Dad presents a Frugal Daughter’s guide to back to school shopping.
- Generation X Finance posts should you refinance your mortgage? Rates are low, but it is still a tough decision.
- Million Dollar Journey shares good news for landlords & investors.
- Money Smart Life offers up 5 good reasons buying a house requires planning.
- The Sun’s Financial Diary poses this question: are we back in recession or did we ever really leave? What are your thoughts?
Top PF Posts:
- The Smarter Wallet presents 5 golden rules to save for retirement.
- Free Money Finance discusses the safest way to invest in gold.
- Mighty Bargain Hunter on how not to buy gift cards on eBay.
- Darwin’s Finance asks is long-term care insurance worth it?
- FruGal blogs about moving house and keeping costs low.
- Saving Advice says you get what you pay for.
- A Dawn Journal predicts economic growth of China to slow down.
- Well-Heeled Blog posts on how to talk yourself out of buying and spending.
- MoneyCrush writes imagine being completely debt free.