America Saves Week has officially come to an end, how did you fare on your goals? Whether you made the pledge to save last week or not, it’s never too late to get started on striving towards new financial goals! Now let’s take the principles of America Saves Week on into the rest of the year – and you can use some of these great blog posts to help you get started.
What Is Your Motivation for Saving Money? (Consumerism Commentary)
Saving money isn’t always easy to do, which is why having a singular focus for motivation is so important. Read this blog post for some factors that just may motivate you.
How Do You Deal with Financial Peer Pressure? (Green Panda Tree House)
What if you are highly motivated to save money, but your social circle loves to spend? This blog post talks about how you can deal with financial peer pressure to stay on track with your goals.
5 Different Ways to Increase Your Income (PT Money)
Budgets can only be stretched so far, which is why finding ways to increase your income is vital to saving more. Read on for a few interesting ways to earn more so you can save more!
3 Ways to Practice Financial Fitness (Spouse Buzz)
Practice financial fitness as a family so you can reach goals together. These tips made especially for military families would actually work for families of all kinds, so don’t miss out!
America Saves Week (Cash Money Life)
We can’t watch America Saves Week end for the year without mentioning this great article! Check out this comprehensive guide for what to do to reach your savings goals.
Do you have a favorite personal finance blog you read for advice to help reach your goals? One Smart Dollar’s Top Personal Finance Blogs of 2012 is now over and you can find the winners here. You might even find a new favorite blog or two from the list!
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Before you go, check out some of our latest guest posts! I talk to Ms. Career Girl about how to decide if you’re financially ready to move for a new career. If moving isn’t for you, then head over to Credit.com for Ben’s advice on finding more happiness in your career.
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