Weekend Reading | New Posting Schedule

by RJ

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My goal for Gen Y Wealth this May is having a post up everyday Monday through Saturday. I hope you’re enjoying the consistent content on the site.

I’m doing a bit of traveling over the end of May and early June. If anyone wants to submit a post to Gen Y Wealth, just let me know. Even if you don’t have a blog of your own, you have ¬†a unique perspective on personal finance that no other person has. I would be interested in hearing your ideas.

On to the weekend reading…

Personal Finance Related

  1. Career/Personal Finance Advice for Grads at Studenomics
  2. Who Should Rent, Who Should Own? at Asset Builder
  3. What is Education Really Worth? at The Simple Dollar
  4. How to Buy a House at Seth Godin’s Blog (normally not a PF writer, but interesting read)


  1. 7 Life Changing Lessons from Walt Disney at Dumb Little Man
  2. Manufacturing Content at Mnmlist
  3. Disturbing Chart of the Day at Ben Casnocha

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