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184.5 pounds! Porkorama! The emergency diet and exercise program has been activated and I’m hoping to get back down to 180 ASAP!!
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On with the links
One of my favourite readers Nicolas, shared this video – it’s a time-lapse photography video of a small baby playing. The person who created it condensed 4 hours of video into 2.5 minutes. Rather entertaining I thought. The whole video is just showing the baby playing so feel free to cut it short if it starts getting boring.
Good Financial Cents has a pretty good post on investment risk.
Million Dollar Journey explains the details of Deposit Insurance.
The Consumer Boomer talks about Long Term Care for Women.
The Oblivious Investor discusses the Side Effects of a Recession.
Money Ning encourages us with the Positive Influence of Saving Money.
Paid Twice gets creative with financial tracking by Drawing a Line in the Sand.
Blunt Money makes a choice in No Tax Liens for Me this Month.
Canadian Capitalist looks on the bright side saying that Good Returns are More Likely to Follow Bad Returns.
The Intelligent Speculator wonders if Superbowl Ads are Worth It.
Investing School discusses Arbitrage Trading.
Good Financial Cents covers 9 tax law changes for individuals – keep in mind this is for US tax payers. He also looks at dollar cost averaging .
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