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That Frugal Pharmacist is “financially secure” 30-something wife and a mother who lives on the west coast on a small hobby farm! She wrote a great post about how you can be more frugal with your health care costs by taking advantage of different options at your pharmacy. Do you know what MTM or CMR stand for? We didn’t either!
The Financial Graduate is an early 30’s, Canadian, married mom who shares that research supports her belief that the majority of our financial decisions are based on our psychology and emotions instead of reason and knowledge. In this post, she defines financial literacy and provides examples and Canadian data. You’ll find the lessons are universal.
The Xennial Blogger is also from Canada, and she shared a post recently about Why We are Addicted to Stuff. Stephanie pulls in some history and makes some excellent points. How much do we need? Not that much…
Have you been thinking about freedom? Kate from On Our Way World wrote an interesting post that shows the Hierarchy of Freedom.The freedom from a single employer, the freedom of location, freedom from a schedule, and financial freedom! Check out how she explains each level and their plans to make it to the top!
Do you ever freak out about money? Thought maybe. In comes NZ Muse, a long-time blogger (2010) from Auckland, New Zealand to the rescue. She’s had her share of freak outs too. But she’s working hard to rewire her mind to make worrying more productive and less like a spiral out of control! And she just wrote a post announcing that she’s been blogging for 10 YEARS! Check it out!.
“StephTheBlogger” – the writer behind Graduated Learning: Life After College shared a great post to remind people of a benefit they might be forgetting – Employee Assistance Programs. Do you have EAP as a benefit at your workplace? Read Steph’s post to see all the different programs she has access to. You might be surprised at what they cover!
Have you checked out Bitches Get Riches? They just wrote a post about understanding the importance of and negotiating workplace benefits. Kitty and Piggy have written some great stuff. Pull down there Grand List of Articles, and you might be there a long time!
And finally, a tribute post that will get you thinking from Laura at Everyday By the Lake. Her grandfather recently passed away, and she shares her thoughts and plan of action in the post Three Days to Grieve.
If you’d like one of your or another blogger’s post considered for “Today’s Best: Winning Women Who Money”, submit the link here.