Well this was sure the interested week for the little one. Colette had her two month physical which meant she got all of her vaccinations. To put it nicely the rest of the week has been pretty stressful for my wife and I. There has been a lot of crying for the baby and very little sleep for me. Yesterday my wife got away for a friends birthday so I took the day to go snowboarding. Now that is what I call teamwork.
This upcoming week is going to be the first week that we wont either be at families house or have family here in Denver since before the holidays. That means I am going to finally be able to get back to a normal work schedule. I have a never ending to-do list that I need to begin to tackle.
To make this weeks review even better I am going to add a giveaway. I have joined several other bloggers and will be giving one lucky reader $1,000. This giveaway is being brought to you by StructuredSettlement-Quotes.com, America’s #1 structured settlement and annuity marketplace.
Now let’s get on to some of my favorite personal finance articles from the past week.
Protecting Your Credit and Three Tips for Dealing With Financial Struggles – Money Life & More
How to Graduate Debt Free – Life and My Finances
Modesty Really is the Best Policy – Modest Money
What to Do About Medical Debt – Work Save Live
Get Out of Debt First, Then Focus on Savings – Canadian Budget Binder
13 Money Resolutions for 2013: Stop Wasting – Reach Financial Independence
Keys to Achieving Your New Years Resolutions – Frugal Habits
3 Great Ways to Save Money on Healthcare Products – Frugal Rules
5 Pricing Tricks to Be Wary of – Debt Roundup
5 Reasons Consumers Can’t Get Out of Debt – Eyes on the Dollar
The More Your Trade, The Less You Earn – Money Smart Guides
A Guide to eBay Winning and Sticking to Your Budget – Mo Money Mo Houses
Should You Rent or Buy? – Street Smart Finance
Beware The Coupon – My Alternate Life
Friday Quickie: Average Income By Age – Outlier Model
How To Ink: The Man’s Guild to Getting Your First Tattoo – Fearless Men
How to Avoid Bounced Checks – The Family Finances