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I always tell people when I find a bargain at TJ Maxx and how much money I saved by buying a fake Hermes in a dingy back alley of Istanbul from a guy who looked like a pedophilic Tom Selleck. The truth is that we done these things and, thankfully, we were on the same page about almost everything. The only thing that made it somewhat palatable is that we finished off an entire bottle of nice — but not too expensive — red wine. Is it a weekly check-in, a monthly one, once a year? I like talking about money in an abstract way: I love comparing house prices and rent in ridiculous places like New York and San Francisco. She was referring to whether or not my new husband and I had talked about all of financial baggage — our debt, our spending habits, our financial goals.Since I like writing about my own personal stories, my blog’s helpfulness is limited to my own experience.This is where Rockstar Finance comes to the rescue.She wanted me to make an actual appointment and put it on the calendar. The most important thing is to be aware of what is going on with your finances and making deliberate decisions. "My husband and I set ground rules before we start talking about money, so that we won't fight," Chatzky, who chats about these things on her podcast "Her Money with Jean Chatzky," told me. It also helps to come in with a list of questions, because when you get in the thick of it, you can never remember what you wanted to talk about." Rebell, with all the intensity of my high school lacrosse coach, was insistent that we set ourselves up for success. It can be as simple as choosing a new money-related app and learning to use it. So today I’m happy to share with you other similar blogs that you might like.If you ask me about how to handle daycare costs, you’ll be met with a blank stare.
"It shouldn't be any different from being affectionate and casually saying 'I love you' on a regular basis." It different, though. But apparently, money conversations in a marriage are most productive when they aren't spontaneous, or fueled by Chianti.
At the top of the page, you can use the filters to drill down to what you’re interested. OK, so the reader from the survey asked me for blogs similar to mine, and honestly, there aren’t that many.
However, I’ve dug around and there are five that stand out to me.
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In my survey from last month, a comment caught my eye: Here are my thoughts: I don’t see other bloggers as competition at all.
If you haven’t heard of Rockstar Finance, it’s an aggregate site where you can basically find every single personal finance blog in the universe.