Monday, October 6, 2008

Good Links Monday

Have you ever noticed there are some days when every article in your feed reader is great? Here are some interesting items I found this morning.

With the current financial meltdown and subsequent bail-out, many people are starting to realize that getting out of debt and living within their means is a smart thing to do. If you're one of those people, here are some tips to getting started at Paid Twice.

The Frugal Duchess brings up points that the financial stress of the times may lead us to make less than intelligent decisions.

Celias points out an interesting corrollary to the sub-prime lending meltdown to the current environmental concerns.

And $ out of 15 cents wonders if it's possible to live on half your income, in case you had to. Make sure you read the comments as well.

JD at Get Rich Slowly posts an interesting exchange from Ask Metafilter about finding your passion in life and whether you should try to follow that passion into a career or not.

And finally, Daily Writing Tips posts a wealth of information on finding inspirations sources online. This looks like a fabulous bunch of links that I'll have to explore the next time I have writer's block.

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