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Weekly Tweet Roundup #2

It’s been an interesting week in the Twitterverse with lots of great posts to highlight. If you aren’t already following me on Twitter give it a shot. I tweet great posts like this (and more) every single day.

Before we get started with the roundup I also want to let you know that I’ve been added to the PF Bloggers Map over at PTMoney. You’ll have to expand the map to see me, but I’m the only marker in Thailand. Lonely by myself, but cool!

  • 10 Ways I Save Money – via @IAmDebtProject
  • Don’t let your kids grow up to…work from home – via @cleverdude
  • Can a Person on Government Assistance Ever Dig Their Way Out? – via @outofdebtagain
  • How to use DRIP Plans to Build for Retirement – via @hank_mib
  • Sunk cost and flogging a dead chicken – via @mzansifinance
  • Interesting Facts About Each of America’s Presidents – via @MrsNespysWorld
  • Productivity, Success, and Happiness: What The Hell? – via @DrDeanBurke
  • What’s the Point of Having Money if You Can’t Spend It? – via @MoneyTalksCoach
  • 4 Frugal But Unconventional Dining Spots Most People Overlook – via @lenpenzo
  • The Challenges of Living Frugally – via @frugalbeautiful
  • 5 Location Independent Income Streams You Need to Create – via @pfincome
  • You Can Afford Anything, But Not Everything – via @affordanything
  • Being Poor Is Expensive, Can You Afford It? – via @Gingerlatte
  • Trim Living Expenses – via @frugalzeitgeist
  • My List of 20 Ways to Rejuvenate and Dream – via @NetWorthProject
  • What is your Definition of Financial Independence? – via @ge_miller
  • 8 Reasons We Choose Not to Invest – via @ptmoney
  • 9 smart moves in a tough economy – via @saftmblog
  • What’s Your Findependence Day? – via @BoomerandEcho
  • How To Retire Early And Never Have To Work Again – via @financialsamura
  • Major Blog Acquisition – Would You Buy a Blog for 50K? – via @Financialblogr
  • Blame The Stock Market – via @moneysma
  • $4 Million Not Enough to Retire on If You’re Young – via @FMFblog
  • Money and Budgets – Can Kids Manage Them? – via @CentsibleLife
  • Side Hustle Series: I’m a Starbucks Barista – via @budgetsaresexy
  • Are You an Extreme Cheapskate? – via @frugaldad
  • Is Couponing Even Worth Your Time? – via @christianpf
  • Is Money the Only Measure of Success? – via @barbfriedberg
  • Should we make extra payments on the mortgage? – via @retirebyforty
  • Be A Better Person in 15 Days, 15 Ways – via @onlyonecent
  • A Feminist or a Bitch? – via @mybrokencoin
  • My Decision To Live In An Expensive City – via @ModestMoney
  • There is No Magic Solution to Fix Your Finances – via @mmarquit
  • When Does it Become the “New Normal” – via @sustainlifeblog
  • Do Politics Have Any Place in Personal Finances? – via @beatingbroke
  • You Make It Look So Yakezie! – via @yakezie
  • Are You an Entrepreneur or a Wantrepreneur – via @moneyperk
  • 6 Ways To Be Obsessed with Finances – via @Iam1Percentblog
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8 Responses to “Weekly Tweet Roundup #2”

  1. SB @ One Cent At A Time says:

    Thanks Steve for including my post.

  2. Nick says:

    Thanks for the shout out, Steve! Very impressive roundup.

  3. Dr Dean says:

    Thanks for including me. Great list,

  4. Rick @ Invest In 2012 says:

    Wow. That’s one heck of a roundup!

  5. Aloysa @ My Broken Coin says:

    Thank you for including me!

  6. Jai Catalano says:

    It’s a long list but it’s great so I guess greatness is long.

  7. Financial Money Tips says:

    Thanks for the add, appreciate it! Btw, great list, I’d like to start doing my own type of round up my self!

  8. @SB – You’re very welcome SB

    @Nick – My pleasure Nick. Hope you have time to get through some of the articles this weekend.

    @Dr Dean – You’re welcome Dr. Dean and thanks for the compliment.

    @Rick – Yeah and that’s actually the condensed version of my tweets for the week because I only put one link for each blog.

    @Aloysa – Anytime Aloysa!

    @Paul – Yep busy reading and tweeting week, thanks for the compliment. Do you mean to read through the carnivals or to submit to carnivals?

    @Jai – Yes it is a long list, only because I read too much when I should be working. It’s hard not to include anyone just to keep the list shorter.

    @FMT – You’re welcome and thanks for the compliment. I’ll be looking forward to your first roundup soon then :)

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