Welcome to this week’s roundup!
Here’s what I posted at Financial Success for Young Adults this week and last week since we skipped a roundup.
Here is a great post from the archives on setting stop limits on your trades.
Have you started doing your taxes yet? There are some good ways to minimize the expense.
This was my very first time hosting the Yakezie carnival. Anyone with a blog is welcome to submit a post, you do not have to be a Yakezie member or challenger.
This is a post that profiled one of our readers on her experience with Sallie Mae and private student loan debt.
This was a guest post also in the topic of paying off debt.
Financial Success for Young Adults Around the Web
I was also featured in the Yakezie Carnival at Not Made of Money. Check it out and read the great posts featured in this Edition.
Here are several other carnivals that included my posts this week.
Carnival of Financial Camaraderie at My University Money
Totally Money at Faith Money Values
Carnival of Retirement at My Retirement Blog
Festival of Frugality at Penniless Parenting
Canadian Finance Carnival at Canadian Finance Blog
Carnival of Financial Planning at Aaron Hung
Carnival of Retirement at My Personal Finance Journey
Did you know that I am a staff writer at Fiscal Phoenix and Prairie Eco Thrifter? Here are the posts from me that are up on their sites.
Best of the Web Super Saiyan Edition
This is called the Super Saiyan edition because I was inspired after watching a particular YouTube video. I will embed it here but if you are not able to watch it, let me summarize it for you.
This kid starts to talk about how he wants to have super powers and why he thinks he should have them and then proceeds to try to turn into a super hero on camera. If you watch it on the surface, it’s pretty funny and most Youtubers are making fun of him. But if you watch the video from about minute 1 through 2:14, you will get the best motivational speech I’ve heard in a while. He talks about how if we just put our mind to achieving something, we can do it. I honestly believe this is true. So in the spirit of motivation here are a few bloggers that believe you can achieve what you set your mind to with hard work.
Financial Samurai says Don’t Slack Off and just try harder to be the best.
Derek at Life and My Finances says, Want to Be Successful? Go Out and Make Mistakes!
Paula at Afford Anything says stop thinking about what you don’t want in this post on the Law of Attraction.
Here’s a great one from the Yakezie archives about shooting for the moon. Why think small when you could think big?
Your Finances Simplified says Work Hard and Shut Up!
Thanks for a great week! See you next week!