Monday Shout Outs: Imagination, Saying ‘I Do’ and Making Money on eBay.

It’s Monday, and that means it’s our day to share with you some articles that we really enjoyed reading last week!

Top Articles:

Imagination is Free:
A great article by Enemy Of Debt on how we can learn to cope with stress and help others do the same by using our imaginations rather than our wallets.

How To Find Motivation At Work:
Sometimes it can be difficult to stay motivated at work for various reasons, no matter how much you love your job. Life Optimizer outlines a few ways to help you get fired up and perform well at work day in and day out.

Finding  Items and Selling Them for Profit on eBay:
Thinking of using eBay as a means to generate some extra income? Carrie Smith of Careful Cents writes a great guest post on Minting Nickels to provide you with some tips on how to make a profit.

Financial Consequences of Saying ‘I Do’:
A marriage is a union representing love and devotion between two individuals. This union also involves the merging of finances, and My Dollar Plan outlines a few things to consider that may not be  super obvious.

Importance of Saving Early For Retirement:
We really liked this post by The Simple Dollar that stresses the importance of saving for retirement by using an easy to understand example, complete with actual dollar amount calculations.

Hope you liked reading these articles and please do share some of your own favorites with us via Twitter, Facebook or in the comments below!

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  • http://carefulcents.com Carrie Smith

    Thanks for including my post in your list! :) I’m in some great company.

    • Anonymous

      No problem, Carrie!  We like your site.  Hope you’ll check back here often!

  • http://twitter.com/DebtChronicles Travis Pizel

    I really appreciate you including the article I posted on Enemy of Debt, thank you so much!

    • Anonymous

      You’re welcome!  Really liked your article.  Thanks for checking out our blog.