Saturday Evening Post(s) #7

I have enjoyed the different blog posts I have written and commented on the past week. Below are some of my favorites:

  1. Five Business Lessons Learned from Monopoly at Faith and Finance
  2. Jen’s Beginner Blogger Challenge Post at Master the Art of Saving
  3. How Real Leader’s Demonstrate Accountability at MichaelHyatt.com
  4. 10 Rules for Lending Money…and one better one at StepAwayFromTheMall.com
  5. What Can “The Hunger Games” Teach Your Teen About Money from MoneyTrail
  6. How The Other Half Saves:  Financial Planning on $2 A Day at The Atlantic
  7. What is The True Inflation Rate at Don’tQuitYourDayJob.
  8. 13 Tips to Make The Most of Your Commute at Salary.com
  9. “The Generous Soul” by Marty Duren, Introduction at Kingdom in the Midst
  10. What Happens to Your Digital Life After Your Death, Part 1 at TheGeezergadgetGuy (shameless self promo)
  11. Why Bigger is Not Always Better for Blogging at Passive Income to Retire

 

I bought some new running shoes this week.  Vibrams Five Fingers.  Despite some sage advice from Michael Hyatt, I ran 1.5 miles in them (on Thursday).  My calfs have been killing me, but the “shoes” themselves felt great to run in.  Follow Me on Pinterest

 

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by Thad on March 24, 2012 · 5 comments

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  • http://dqydj.net PK

    Thanks for the mention!

    • http://www.thadthoughts.com Thad

      Glad to! Enjoyed the article about Roth IRAs. Have seen the “movement” today in other blogs.

  • http://www.stepawayfromthemall.com Nick

    Thanks for the shout out Thad!

  • http://blog.moneytrail.net Pam at MoneyTrail

    Thanks for the mention, Thad!

    I have seen many people running is this type of shoe and have always been curious about them. Keep us updated on whether or not you like them for running!

    • http://www.thadthoughts.com Thad

      After reading about these and the experience of others when they first got them I have taken everything to heart. I did go out the first day they arrived and ran 1.2 miles (my usual run is 3 – 5 miles). The next two days my calfs were killing me! It is like I have not been running for past 6 years. So now I am working myself into them with a goal of running in them permanently in 6 weeks.

      As to how they feel on the feet, it is very good. Exhilarating even. It feels like the way you ran when you were a kid.

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