Friday Roundup: Allowances, Cartoons. Debt and The “F” Word

by Kristina on January 20, 2012 · 2 comments

Happy Friday DINKS.  Can you believe that it’s already January 20… January is almost over. I feel like I just celebrated New Year’s Eve and in just a few days January 2012 will already be over. I hope that you have all had a great year so far.

Let me ask you a question DINKS… How is it going with your New Year’s Resolutions? Did you make one (or more)? If so what was it and are you sticking to it?

My New Year’s Resolution was to become more active with the Twitter Workout Promise. Now I work out 4 times a week on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays.  If you are on Twitter and you want a support group to help you get moving and get active in the New Year then join us at #TwitterWorkoutPromise.  We already have several PF Bloggers who have made the virtual pinky swear to become more active in 2012.

Check Out These Great Posts from around the web:

– Ali Lowell @ Crazy Sexy Credit helps us rebuild and repair our credit in the post “What Makes Crazy Sexy Credit Different from Other Credit Repair Resources?”

– Cait @ Blonde on a Budget organizes and plans the upcoming year in the post “January 2012 Jar & Goals” She is planning her finances a little bit differently this year by giving herself an allowance instead of tracking her daily spending.

– Mr. Fox @ Finance Fox helps us explore our personal talents and turn them into a profitable income stream in the post “Deep Down, We’re All Entrepreneurs”

– Andrea @ So Over Debt helps us discover our inner kid and relate it to our money management in the post “3 Finance Tips I Got from Cartoons”

– Carrie Smith @ Perk Street Financial gives us some helpful financial tips in the post “5 Financial Statistics You Need To Know”

Check Out These Great Posts from our Partners:

Go Banking Rates wants to know if you consider yourself to be frugal or just a smart money manager in the post “Why I Hate Being Called Frugal”

Dink Life wonders if your couple could survive on a single income and helps us prepare for the loss of an income in the post “Transitioning from Double Incomes to a Single Income Couple”

– Adaptu asks if you share all of your money as a couple in the post “How to Share Money as a Couple and Still Maintain Your Own Savings”

Have a Great Weekend DINKS!

Photo by JD Hancock

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1 Michelle January 20, 2012 at 9:46 am

I’m doing pretty well with my resolutions! Surprising.

2 Jenna, Adaptu Community Manager January 20, 2012 at 1:23 pm

Thanks for mentioning Adaptu! Good luck with your New Year’s Resolution!

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