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This week I received an email that told me I fulfilled a professional goal – getting a panel proposal
I’m a huge fan of the conference Phil has created and grown so to have this be my first public speaking gig is fantastic.
What makes this opportunity even sweeter is the supportive and knowledgeable bloggers that will be on the panel.
We are all excited to be a part of this conference and want to help others any way that we can.
I want to say thank you to everyone who helped me and that especially includes all of you who are reading this site and/or listing to the podcast.
Couple Money Around the Web
Besides getting to speak at FinCon, I’ve been busy with some other work
- With the season, many people are thinking about getaways. If you want to travel, but don’t have the money now, I have some tips on how you can save for your next trip over at TurboTax.
- Over on the Couple Money Podcast, I get into preparing for retirement. Learn how easy it is to start investing with an IRA. We go over how you can set up your account and choose the right investments based on your finances and goals.
Personal Finance Posts I Enjoyed This Week
I found a few gems about managing your money this week that I wanted to pass on.
- Pros and Cons of Doing a “Spending Diet” (+ Why It Worked for Me) on Financial Best Life-> I loved how Lauren explains that understanding yourself and what motivates you can help you achieve your goals, whether financial or not.
- Debt Free in 24 Hours on Principles of Increase-> Need a boost to get you motivated so you can finally get rid of your debt? Check out Aja’s new book.
- 5 Ways I Save Money That Most People Don’t Try -> Michael shares some unconventional ways he saves. Happy to find out we both use Republic Wireless 🙂 It’s a fantastic way to slash your phone bill. We have two smartphone plans with them and pay around $
- How to Throw a $5,000 Wedding on Kiplinger’s -> If you’re planning your big day, you have to check this post out. The tips in here can help you save and make sure you get the biggest bang for your buck with your wedding budget.
I know I probably missed some other helpful money posts, so if you have one I should check out, let me know in the comments below!