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Best of Blog Results and More Links





As most of you know, last week Million Dollar Journey was nominated for the Globe and Mail Best of Blogs in the Personal Finance category.  We got off to a late start, but we managed to squeeze into 2nd placeSquawkfox came out very strong and won the poll.  For the top investing blog,  Preet from Where Does All My Money Go took 1st place.  Big congrats to Kerry and Preet!

Thanks to all those who took the time to vote, it’s an honour to be considered among the top money blogs in Canada.  As well, big thanks to Canadian Capitalist, Rob Carrick, and Chaya Cooperberg for the nomination.

Weekend Links

DB vs. DC Pensions @ Canadian Money Forum

How to Cook Cheap Meals @ Frugal Dad

Saving on Currency Conversion: An Example @ Canadian Capitalist

How Nintendo Wii Sports & Wii Fit Cut Down on Gym Membership Costs @ The Digerati Life

Killing the Mortgage Demon @ Canadian Dream

Work From Home? 8 Ways to Keep Focused @ Lazy Man and Money

Salespeople, not Advisors @ Money Smarts Blog

How Concerned Are You About Net Worth? @ The Sun’s Financial Diary

Levels of Competency @ The Financial Blogger

how to build a love of learning @ Brip Blap

Are we all bound to be DIY investors? @ Thicken My Wallet

Best Jobs for College Graduates @ Money Smart Life

I’m Giving Away an iPad – Enter Contest Here! @ Where Does All My Money Go

Carnival of Personal Finance #256: Market Crash Edition @ My Dollar Plan

The Reputation of Stock Options @ Michael James on Money

9 Financial Tips for New Graduates @ Generation X Finance





10 Comments, Comment or Ping

  1. 1. Mike

    Thanks for the link FT.

    I had a hard time finding which article you linked to…I guess I was subconsciously looking for “Four Pillars”. :)

  2. Congratulations on the 2nd place finish and thanks for the link. Have a great weekend!

  3. Congrats on the nomination and the voting results. Thanks for the mentions. Have a great weekend FT!

  4. Congrats on winning 2nd place! And thanks for the awesome Weekend links.

  5. 5. Squawkfox

    Hi FT! Huge congrats on your finish.

  6. 6. Preet

    Thanks for the mention FT, +5 entries.

    Have a great weekend!

  7. Thanks for the link FT!

    Have a good weekend everyone.

    Tim

  8. hey FT!

    you deserved the first place ;-)

    Thx for the link!

  9. 9. Jungle

    I went on Squawkfox for the first time after reading this.. The site is great, but MDJ should have won. I guess they didn’t get enough votes.

  10. Well done… 2nd in an ‘A’ class is a great achievement.

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