I spent most of my time this week working determinedly on two business-related projects, and am happy to report that I’ve made more progress lately on those than I had in months before. Hopefully that keeps up.
In fact I was so busy working that I nearly forgot that the Super Bowl is tomorrow. (Forgetting when the Super Bowl is would be a normal occurrence for me, but it’s bad this year since the local team is actually in it. I’m still not sure how that happened, but Go Cards!)
I also added a ton of new blogs to my reader this week. Now we’ll have to see if I actually get time to read them! Here are a few articles that I did manage to read:
Four Pillars discusses efficient vs. inefficient markets.
MoneyNing tells the secret of dealing with the financial crisis.
The Personal Financier intends to dare a little more.
Clever Dude checks his credit age. (And it turns out that my credit age is 50.)
NCN gets real about his hankering for a new car.
Canadian Capitalist says that poor 10-year stock returns are not unprecedented.
Remodeling This Life describes ways to love where you live.
Get Rich Slowly tells us how to make your own luck.