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Platus Awards, Cheap Acts, Selling Wine and More Links

Million Dollar Journey was nominated for the best Canadian personal finance blog in the new Platus Awards.  If you have a moment, vote for your favorite blogs here.

Cheapest thing you have ever done @ Canadian Money Forum

Selling Wine – Almost Like Blogging @ Lazy Man and Money

Why are people so bad with money? @ Thicken My Wallet

9 Tips to Stretch the Life of Common Household Items @ My Dollar Plan

Tim Hortons Brews an Expensive DRIP and SPP @ Canadian Capitalist

small human regrets @ Brip Blap

Working With Computer Nerds @ Four Pillars

8 Tips to Keep Your Credit Card Information Safe When Shopping Online @ Generation X Finance

Becoming a Ninja of Happiness @ The Financial Blogger

Guide To Sewing Buttons: How To Sew On A Button Correctly @ The Digerati Life

New Firm Focusing On Reducing Currency Conversion Fees For Canadians @ Where Does All My Money Go

Sometimes, The Best Lessons Learned in Life Are Learned The Hard Way @ Sun’s Financial Diary

Inflation up 1.9% Hold on Bumpy Ride Ahead! @ Canadian Personal Finance Blog

Justifying Poor Investment Choices @ Michael James on Money

Top 100 Commodity, Materials and Energy ETF’s @ Intelligent Speculator

The Art Of Saying No @ Frugal Dad







7 Comments, Comment or Ping

  1. thx for the mention!
    I hope you become one of my ninjas ;-)

  2. Thanks for the mention. Platus has quite an extensive list of awards.

  3. 3. Mike 4P

    Good luck in the Plutus voting. Not sure when the winners will be announced.

  4. Thanks for the mention, although I still am not sure my wife believes I can sew a button on yet…

  5. Thanks for the link FT – have a great weekend…

  6. 6. Alex

    Platus has quite an extensive list of awards.

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