Here are my latest five “Top Pops” of the week. Who are they popular with? Well me of course.
I hope you’ll check them out and enjoy them as well! Maybe you’ll even learn something in the process.
“The Rules of Improvisation That Will Change Your Financial Life”- Debt Free By Thirty
Nikki at Debt Free by Thirty shows us how some of the techniques used in improv acting can help you live a better financial life.
“Is Couponing Even Worth Your Time?”- Christian Personal Finance
Tim Fraticelli takes a good look at how the huge amounts of time involved in couponing may not make it worth your time… you decide.
“Integrity in Finance”- Faith and Finance
Timothy Artisan shows us how using your finances with huge amounts of integrity is what we as Christians are called to do and can help us be a light to an ever darkening world.
“Should You Talk to Your Friends About Money?”- WiseBread
Mikey Rox discusses why talking with your friends about money can serve to cause a rift that can ultimately end a friendship, so be careful.
“The Primary Difference Between Wise and Foolish”- Michael Hyatt
Michael Hyatt, Chairman of Thomas Nelson Publishers, writes about how you deal with change and correction in your life will determine whether you live life wisely or foolishly.
Hope you enjoy these great articles!