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This is a good article from the archives about the basics of insurance (scroll down to the bottom of the article for a free e-book on the topic).

Time spent in an exotic land need not be the only way to seek pleasure. My Own Advisor lists Why Staycations Are Worth It.

Personal growth, even if the progress is slow, is a worthwhile pursuit for everyone. Canadian Dream hits the right notes by discussing about Adding Capacity.

Michael James on Money asks: Does the Value Premium Exist? and addresses the implications for index ETF portfolios.

The Retire Happy blog highlights why Money, Marriage & Divorce are better addressed together.

With summer here, Financial Highway offers timely Money-Saving Barbecue Menu Ideas.

Boomer and Echo writes about A Simple Way To Boost Your Retirement Savings, which is a good example of baby steps towards a goal.

It may be a pipe dream for most people as Young and Thrifty poses the question: Can You Live Debt-Free?.

Apart from earning more and spending less, if you Want a Little Extra Money? You Might Already Have Some as Canadian Finance Blog shows.

Sustainable Personal Finance provides ideas about What To Do with the Extra Produce from Your Garden.

Calculating Adjusted Cost Base: A Case Study at Canadian Couch Potato demonstrates the significance of the exercise.

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3 Comments

  1. Michael James on July 18, 2014 at 10:53 am

    I like summer staycations as well. Thanks for the mention.

  2. My Own Advisor on July 19, 2014 at 11:24 am

    Great to be mentioned FT, thanks for that and enjoy your weekend!
    Mark

  3. A Frugal Family's Journey on July 19, 2014 at 1:59 pm

    We’ve been doing staycations and road trips for several years now. With two toddlers, it’s not only cheaper but easier. We know we probably won’t be able to do it forever so we figure we could do it now and simply save the savings for future vacations. :)

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