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Devotional reading list for the week

Another great week, and I back with an update.  Last weekend was a bit crazy, so I missed the regular reading list.  I’d like to thank everyone who gave me some great feedback on my logo designs, it was very helpful.  Of course there were a fairly wide range of votes, so I can know that it just wasn’t that I couldn’t make a decision, and that aspects of all the designs appealed to different folks.  I’ll have to have a logo unveiling next week, along with a post about the experience I had running the logo design contest.

On to the reading list

These are the things I found funny, interesting, or educational.  all are good reads, and you should go take a look.

Shout-outs

A huge shout-out to all those generous blogs out there who were kind enough to include my writings in their carnivals and roundups.  I really do appreciate it, and I’ll continue to try and produce interesting, actionable, and thought-provoking articles to keep you coming back.

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Thanks again, I appreciate your readership.  Any comments, feedback, or other suggestions are welcome!

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11 Responses to Friday night devotion, links and reading

  1. Frugal Fries says:

    I really enjoyed Michelle’s post on finances for kids. I mention something similar in my first blog post

    I think a lot of households refuse to talk about money in front of their children because they want them to have a carefree childhood. I think this kind of attitude can be more harmful than helpful though.

    My attitude towards money when I was younger was ridiculous. I would buy outrageous and random things with my allowance just because I could. I didn’t understand the value or worth of that coloured paper I was throwing around. I don’t blame my parents, but I think we can do better moving forward.

    Then again, I still buy fast food every week…

    • Karl says:

      I don’t really remember much about my money attitudes when I was young. I was of course aware of it, but it wasn’t until later that I developed some of the habits that I have now. Though I did tend to save up for large purchases.

  2. Modest Money says:

    Thanks for mentioning my post and my ipad2 giveaway. I appreciate the support Karl. Looking forward to seeing the new logo!

  3. Money Infant says:

    Thanks for the mention. I too am looking forward to seeing the new logo!

  4. Thanks for the mention and I am looking forward to see which logo will make it to the top.

  5. Forest says:

    Thanks for mentioning the carnival :).

  6. Thanks so much for the mention and for highlighting some good posts out there that I missed throughout the week. Enjoy your weekend!

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  8. AverageJoe says:

    I totally dropped the ball on Michelle’s post w/ hilarious things kids say about money. That was a fine, fine post.

    I also discovered that I say many of the same things about cash that an eleven year old does…..disturbing.

    Thanks for mentioning our blog!

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