If you’re following me on Twitter you know I’m a lover of Airmiles. I first learned about this travel-hacking business from Chris Guillebeau’s blog The Art of Non Conformity and started testing the waters this January. I did not subscribe to the stuff he sells, I went at it on my own, spent a lot of timing reading various forums and then jumped in. I’ve collected 101,000 aeroplan miles in the seven months since then. I also loooooooove cash back and other deals and I found this page on Free Money Finance: Best Cashback credit-cards. Check it out. [outdated url removed February 20, 2014]
Here’s a shout-out to Sarah of the $60k project who’s back after a bit of a hiatus, give her a warm welcome here.
I recently read a post on Family Money Values about a school program I am so impressed with: My Classroom Economy – a Financial Literacy Program from Vanguard
Reflections on the Stoic Investor
A good post on Beating Broke: I feel so small. You may feel so insignificant but every tweet, every blogpost, every comment counts. Let’s share and make this community bigger, better and more awesome than ever!
For those of you following finance-related news out of Europe check out this WSJ article on the Greek bailout.
Checkout Shannyn’s interview on CreditCard-Land, Shannyn is the mind behind FrugalBeautiful.com. It’s fun to run into articles about/by people I recognize on random places on the web. I noticed Shannyn’s interview after my sister sent me the link. Good stuff!
And to finish up for this week; Derek at Life and My Finances is wondering if he should ditch his truck for a car, I’m on the fence about it. What do you think, you can contribute to the discussion here.