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Inspirational Posts to Offset the Monday Morning Blues

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I’m out of the office again today, because I’m still recovering from a bad cold. So, rather than be totally unproductive today, I spent this morning reading many of the blogs I follow.

Here are some inspirational posts to get you through the start of a new week. Enjoy!

Inspiration

High Yield Solider knows how lucky we are to live in this great country. Life has its ups and downs. But even when things look bleak, like they did Two years ago Today.., he never gives up, but instead, remembers to focus on all the good things he has in his life.

The Stoic Investor recently returned to the states after living away for the past three years. He is glad to be back and thankful for all the blessings in his life. Life is simple. Life is good.

Dividend Mantra is walking the path to a better, and brighter future. Earning that paycheck isn’t easy, but he doesn’t sit there and complain about it. No, he takes action and has a plan in place to set him free.

Leigh is the ultimate saver and kicking most everyone’s ass on her path to financial freedom. The Power of Cash Flow is helping her accomplish this, as she continues to build up her net worth. She is aiming to payoff the condo in only five 3-4 years!!

Compounding Income had another stellar month of investing in November. He made four new purchases and watched the dividends roll in, receiving $423.07 in payouts. Here is the November Recap.

All About Interest really put his capital to work this month, making SEVEN purchases, and investing over $16,400. His portfolio is growing at an exponential rate, and he is blowing by his dividend goals. You can read the recap in his Monthly Update-November for this past month.

Passive Income Pursuit had his best month of savings yet, as total expenses were down, and income was up! As as result, he put in $6706.53 to good use, building up his early FI savings account. The man is clearly on a mission! Details can be found in his Income Update – November 2012.

Accumulating Assets also had himself a stellar month in November. He uses a Sharebuilder DRIP program to help him make regular investments. $502.05 of sweet dividends rolled into the account this month. Here is his November 2012 Dividend Income Update.

Brick By Brick Investing moved into a new house in November. A house that he helped build himself! He also has lofty goals to continue building up his up and coming website. So, expect some great content this month, and let’s help him reach his goal of 500 unique visitors! Here is his November Income 2012.

Tsumashiku Kurashi knows that You Only Live Once Right? So, who really cares about that McMansion, those flashy cars, and all the other useless crap? If we indeed only live once, well, then we better start living now!

 

I also want to give a special shout out to some fine folks over at Yakezie.

Yakezie

Jon, from MoneySmartGuides, gives us 3 Money Pits to Avoid. These mistakes end up costing people more headaches than anything else.

Michelle, from Making Sense of Cents, made $1436 in side income this past week. She also has a new $100 cash/Amazon gift card giveaway. Don’t miss out! Grocery Tips Giveaway and $1,436 in Extra Income.

Don’t Quit Your Day Job discusses The Dividend Cliff and how the upcoming changes in tax laws can affect you.

Deacon, from Well Kept Wallet knows that we all want to be wealthy. But what makes wealthy people different from the rest of us? Here are 7 Habits of Wealthy People.

Beating Broke was recently summoned for jury duty. How’s the compensation? Find out what The Cost of Civic Duty really is.

Andrea, from sooverthis, has a Confession: I Fail at Earning Money. But she knows how to fix this, and has devised a gameplan to help her in 2013.

Lastly, my thoughts and prayers go out to Lisa, from Cents to Save, whose father recently passed away. May your family be granted the strength it needs to get through this most grieving time. All the best.

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  • Jon @ MoneySmartGuidesNo Gravatar December 3, 2012, 3:07 pm

    These are some great posts to read, regardless if you’ve got the blues or not!

  • Dividend MantraNo Gravatar December 3, 2012, 7:01 pm

    FI Fighter,

    Thanks for including me in your roundup!

    Great list of articles here. Hope you feel better soon.

    Best wishes.

  • LeighNo Gravatar December 3, 2012, 8:30 pm

    Thanks for the mention! I actually hope to pay off the mortgage in 3-4 years 🙂

    …and thanks for the other links. They’re definitely inspirational!

  • The StoicNo Gravatar December 3, 2012, 9:59 pm

    Thanks for the mention FI Fighter! And yes, Leigh is a true financial a$$ kicker phenom!

  • JC @ PassiveIncomePursuitNo Gravatar December 4, 2012, 6:56 am

    Sorry to hear that you’re not feeling well. I usually only get colds but they’re a pain because they linger. I’d much rather be sick as a dog for a day and get it over with.

    Thanks for the mention.

    Get well soon and rest up.

  • Brick By Brick Investing | MarvinNo Gravatar December 4, 2012, 9:32 am

    Thanks for the shout out in your round up. Keep up the good work!

  • Deacon @ Well Kept WalletNo Gravatar December 4, 2012, 9:35 am

    That is a bummer that you are not feeling well, I hope you get better soon. Thanks for the mention!

  • John S @ Frugal RulesNo Gravatar December 4, 2012, 9:37 am

    Sorry to hear you’re not feeling well. Looks like a great list of posts you’ve compiled.

  • HighyieldsoldierNo Gravatar December 4, 2012, 10:24 am

    Thanks for including me in your roundup:} thats a first for me as far as I know.

  • FI FighterNo Gravatar December 5, 2012, 6:58 am

    Thanks everyone for the get well wishes!

  • Robert @ Truly InsuranceNo Gravatar February 22, 2019, 5:28 pm

    Always good to hear of people doing well online and making a living.

  • Julie @TrulyInsuranceNo Gravatar April 15, 2019, 5:06 pm

    These sound very good and inspirational to read! I’m currently working on getting out of debt, so I’ll take a look at these! Thanks!

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