One of the biggest fallacies with personal finances is that there is a single way to (beyond the basic foundation of spending less than you earn) approach them. There are so many extenuating circumstances for each person that what may make perfect sense for me doesn’t make any sense at all for others. If you want to get your finances in order, one of the most important things you can do is get different perspectives about personal finances and money management so that you can come to a conclusion of what is the best approach for you.
It is with this in mind that SavingAdvice is joining the Yakezie Challenge. The Yakezie Challenge is a group of personal finance bloggers who are dedicated to creating and promoting quality personal finance content. By featuring other bloggers and guest posts we hope to provide a wider perspective on different personal finance topics and give readers a chance to get as much (or as little) personal finance information as they desire.
I asked others that are taking part of the Yakezie.com challenge to pick out their best / favorite post so that you could take a look at them and see if there are any other blogs that you might like to follow. Here are the posts that they picked that should give you a good indication if you might want to follow these blogs in the future:
Each week there a number of blogging carnivals that feature the best posts on different financial tops for that week. For anyone that needs a little extra weekend reading, there should be plenty to choose from. Here are the carnivals that ended up featuring posts from this blog for the last week:
And in other news, I wrote about Clara and her Great Depression Cooking in 2009 as a great Youtube channel to follow for simple inexpensive meals. Clara decided to make her last video teaching how to make Tomato Sauce: