I wrote earlier in the week about how we have been using the 3 day potty training method on our daughter.  I’m happy to report that so far it has been very successful, with just a couple of accidents.  The transition went fairly smooth for her, although my wife might disagree 😉

Next week I’m off to Orlando for a work-related conference.  Since I’ll be down there anyway, is it acceptable to go to Disney World without my wife and daughter?  I’d like to think of it as a scouting trip to determine whether or not we should take a future family vacation there.  Let’s see how well that goes over.

On Wednesday I had a guest post published over at Young and Thrifty called Gold Plated Pensions – A Blessing or a Curse? Go on over and check it out.

Now let’s take a look at some interesting articles from the personal finance world this week.

  1. Money Mamba had some fun with The 12 Types of Passive Investors
  2. Krant Cents writes about an intriguing group buying concept, Insure With Friends
  3. Today’s Economy interviews George Klar on Active and Passive Investing
  4. Money Smarts Blog weighs in on Vanguard Coming to Canada
  5. Couple Money says Buying a House – Run The Numbers First
  6. Oblivious Investor debates Save for Retirement or Save for College?
  7. Smart on Money asks Is a Zero Based Budget is Right For You?
  8. Free From Broke asks Should a Prospective Employer be able to Check Your Credit Score?
  9. Generation X Finance describes Planning for Your Financial Future in Retirement
  10. Million Dollar Journey asks the readers, Can One Save Too Much Money?

We were also included in the following Blog Carnivals this week:

Have a great weekend everyone!

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