Weekly Roundup: Bad Habits, Bad Debts, and Good Health

by Kristina on October 5, 2012 · 3 comments

Good Morning Dinks and Happy Friday.

This is a very special weekend for me because it’s my birthday weekend and it’s also Canadian Thanksgiving.

On Tuesday October 9 I am turning 32 years old and I am actually excited about it. With the break-up of my family in 2010 and my extreme hatred for the step witch (aka my dad’s girlfriend) my last two birthday’s have not been really great, but this year it’s different.

I like to measure my personal success each year on my birthday and I have to say that so far 2012 has been a great year for me. I went to two different blogging conferences, I am working on my first book and I hope to have it finished by December 31.  I am back in school studying journalism, and I went to New York City twice, so all in all 2012 has been a great year.

I hope you all have a great weekend and happy thanksgiving to our Canadian Dinks.

Enjoy these great posts:

– Ramit Sethi – How To Change a Bad Habit

– The Web Ninja – When Should You Send Out Your Blog Posts?

– Kylie Ofiu – Fit for FinCon Update

– Careful Cents – The Real Truth About Debt Settlement

– Frugal Beautiful – Frugal Feature: The Payday Loan Reality

– The Simple Dollar – Find Areas of Mutual Interest That Don’t Involve Spending Money


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1 Pam October 5, 2012 at 7:55 am

Ramit always stands out. But all of them are huge.

2 The Web Ninja October 5, 2012 at 10:09 pm

Thanx for the mention! :) Much appreciated.


3 DC @ Young Adult Money October 6, 2012 at 5:22 pm

I’m glad you have had a good 2012. The breaking up of your family must have been really tough, I can’t even imagine. I did witness the breaking up of my wife’s family literally months after we started dating. It was a tough couple years for their family but things have gotten better.

I have never been to New York City, but would love to visit. It’s awesome that you have been able to hit up two blogging conferences. I haven’t made it to one yet but would like to attend next year’s FINCON.

oh…and Happy Birthday!!!

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