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Can’t Take My Eyes Off These Blogs!

Oh jeez, I can’t believe I have  agreed to go a Zumba class my friend is teaching this morning. I have below zero rhythm. If you don’t hear from me for a while, you’ll know I threw out a hip. This has been a big week for my humble blog. I have gotten some good comments and feedback, and I can’t tell you how much I appreciate the support.  I am working hard to get the RSS, twitter, and facebook buttons working, and have called in reinforcements to help. Hopefully by next week, those will be operational. I registered with Yakezie, but don’t want to annouce on the forum until everything is working.  Hope eveyone has a great weekend!

I can’t thank these guys enough for mentioning me this week.

Greg at Nerdy Finance Carnival

Blog Post of the Week by Average Joe

I also couldn’t take my eyes off these posts.

My Money Design celebrates his one year aniversary and gives some great tips.

TeacHer Finance asks if past struggles should change your financial responsibilities.

Jen at Master the Art of Saving is saving lots of money for her new home. So happy for her!

Jeremy at Modest Money always has good blogging tips. I am in blogging kindergarten but hope to work my way through his suggestions someday.

John at My Family Finances has an interesting post on boomers vs. millenials. I’m in between those, but it  still made me think.

Finally, this has absolutely nothing to do with personal finance, but my good friend, Erin Gray, just got her first novel, Moonshine Murder, published. It is currently on kindle and will be out in print soon. It is  young adult historical fiction, so if you need a break from money for a while, check it out.

What are your plans for the weekend? Have you ever tried to Zumba?

 

 

About Kim Parr

Kim Parr is a private practice optometrist, freelance writer, and personal financial blogger. You can follow her journey to 20/20 financial vision at Eyes on the Dollar.

13 comments

  1. Thanks for the mention Kim. I actually don’t even know what Zumba is. If it requires rhythm, that would explain my ignorance. My plan for tomorrow is a good sushi lunch and then a BBQ with friends. Not sure about Sunday yet, but might just catch up on work.

  2. I’m in between boomers and millenials also. I think John missed the real story: we’re WAY better than both.

  3. Thanks for the link! Keep up the good work!

  4. Haha I’ve done zumba and I probably look like an idiot!

  5. Oh, Zumba is crazy fun! A friend of mine is a teacher and I’ve taken a few outdoor sessions with her 😀

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