I’ve always enjoyed watching hockey but I have to admit, the lockout did not really bother me at the time. We now live in a world where it’s easy to keep busy and when there was no NHL, there was lots of other things to do. But now that hockey is back, I am enjoying watching the games especially the young Oilers who are really exciting to watch. Tonight they pulled off a thrilling win and the energy at Rexall Place reminded me of the Oiler’s glory days. How about you? Did you miss hockey? Are you enjoying the games now that the lockout is over?
This Week I Wrote:
- On Monday I showed you how to answer the question: How am I Doing Financially?
- On Tuesday Sarah asked, What is Your Financial Motivator?
- On Thursday Cathy discussed Money and Our Attitudes and Behaviors.
- This week I also posted a list of New Financial Planning Data for 2013
- I also wrote about using the Home Buyers Plan to buy your first home at the Edmonton Journal
Other Great Reads:
- The Canadian Finance Blog shared some news about investments in their post on: If You’re a Mutual Fund Person – Why Not Berkshire Hathaway?
- This week the Million Dollar Journey listed some Established Companies and Failed Products.
- The Canadian Personal Finance Blog discussed the topic of Voo Doo Emergency Funds.
- Budgets don’t mean you can’t have any fun. The Financial Highway shows How to Tighten Your Budget and Still Have Fun.
- The Canadian Couch Potato shared some investment advice by Revisiting the Couch Potato Model Portfolios.
- This week Brighter Life gave out some tips that hopefully you don’t need to use any time soon: Here’s What to Do if You Lose Your Job.
- In the event that you’re in the market for a new job, then you’ll enjoy this post by Invest It Wisely about 3 Ways to Impress Your Interview to Bag the Job.
- The Canadian Dream Free at 45 wrote an interesting post this week about what to do in the event that you have No Plan B?
- This week Give Me Back My Five Bucks showed you How to Beef up Your Net Worth before 30.
- The Sustainable Personal Finance blog wants you to answer the question, Are You REALLY Financially Responsible?