Well it seems to be that part of the week again and this week been a great week. My house is running on time and currently is on schedule to be done between February 8th to 13th. Right now, they are finishing the dry wall and moving onto painting next week which means they will be hanging cabinets and trim along with the flooring. It seems like the whole building process has gone so fast and the end is near.
Anyways lets get things started.
Latest Articles On Stumble Forward
This week if you didn’t get a chance check out my latest post.
- How to Control Your Debt to Income Ratio – A Guide For Beginners
- How To Save Money Building A House – 7 Ways You Can Save Big
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Odd Search Terms
This week I also came across a really odd search term and normally I don’t see many of these but I could hardly pass up this one.
Do you think investing in Elvis is a good investment - Seriously, the king is dead, let it go. This person must be desperate if they think investing in a bunch Elvis stuff is going to improve their portfolio. What’s your thoughts?
Blogger Spotlight – I Heart Budgets
This week I came a across a pretty awesome post by I Heart Budgets about an idea I’ve heard very little about, churning credit cards. In his article Churning Credit Cards For Travel and Hotel Rewards, they talk about how to take advantage of special credit card travel rewards for various credit reward programs and get everything from free flights to free nights at a hotel.
One of the reasons this article interested me so much is because I am a big fan of traveling and seeing new places and I like the ideas he works through in his article to rotate through different reward cards every few months to get points for free flights and hotels. In fact I’ve even given thought to possibly trying this in the distant future when my life isn’t so financially hectic.
On the other side this article did met a little bit of opposition because it breaks a lot of the codes we financial bloggers live by, or at least me. I can see how this type of program could get out of hand really quick if you don’t have a solid plan in place. So if you haven’t had the chance check out this great post.
Till then have a good weekend everyone.