Here are posts I have read this week that I believe can help you simplify your personal finances.
Reducing your spending is a key component to simplifying your finances. Wisebread offers 17 Things You Are Missing Out on for Spending Too Much.
We all know we need an emergency fund to help simplify. ChristianPF offers some advice on emergency funds in How To Anticipate And Prepare For A Financial Emergency
You must have the right mindset in order to simplify. Financially Poor offers The Path To Financial Freedom: Get Your Mind In The Game which can help you develop that right mindset.
Have you not simplified your finances because you don’t believe you can do it? Well My Supercharged Life helps you in How We Underestimate Our Financial Strength to find the strength to help you.
Simple Dollar in Putting the Simple Back In offers why you should live a simple life.
OTHER PERSONAL FINANCE ROUNDUPS
There are so many personal finance posts each week it is not always easy keeping up with all of them. A great way to find out the best posts of the week is to read a personal finance blogger’s weekly roundup. There were several good roundups this week that I thought you may find valuable as well.
JoeTaxpayer offers Oil Leak Roundup
Oblivious Investor offers Investing Blog Roundup: ETFs and 72t Payments
Canadian Financial Blog offers Friday Links
Rainy Day Saver offers Weekend Link Love: Wedding Edition
Personal Finance by the Book offers House Flip Update / Roundup
Frugal Dad offers Weekly Roundup: Designer Sunglasses Worth It?
Money Smarts offers LinkStuff For a Hot Saturday, July 17 – Kids Driving Me Nuts Edition
Budgeting in the Fun Stuff offers Weekly Favorites and Gratitude!
Money Crashers offers Personal Finance Roundup: 50 Healthy Food Items for Under $1 Per Pound
Million Dollar Journey offers World Cup, BP Oil Spill, Bill Miller and More
Realm of Prosperity offers Weekend Links: Fear of Gym Club Memberships
Financial Highway offers Weekly Review-Boomers, Too much RRSP, Myths, Saving vs Spending and more
Til next time take it one step at a time to simplify your finances.