End of January 2013 Favorite Blog Posts Comments21 Comments


So after another recovery day, I’m feeling a lot better. I do like the sympathy, but I guess things are back to normal now.

As long as the highway is clear today, the plan is to drive up to Whistler for the day. It’ll have to be pretty clear since my Mustang only has all-season tires and the tread is getting a little low. Even with winter tires, it’s not a very good car for winter driving. That’s fine within Vancouver since we usually only get about a week of snow each year. Whistler is another story though. I apologize in advance to anyone who has to drive slowly behind me.

With any luck my sister with have time free from work to meet up for lunch or at least coffee. And when I say coffee, I mean coffee for her and my girlfriend, but as a non-coffee drinker I’ll have to settle for a cup of hot chocolate, piled high with whipped cream and chocolate syrup 😛 I guess I don’t get any sympathy there since I am practically drooling thinking about it.

On that note, I gotta go find some sweets to snack on. Enjoy some of my favorite posts around the web this week…

Favorite Posts On Other Blogs

It’s time to Revive Your Life – Free report on Alden Tan

How To Ace A Group Interview In 18 Immaculately Conceived Bullet Points – Amateur Asset Allocator on Amateur Asset Allocator

Benefits of Crappy Jobs | Eyes on the Dollar on Eyes On The Dollar

Most Common Money Lies We Tell Ourselves on Fearless Men

Compare the Best Credit Cards on Frugal Rules

Create Wealth Through Property Investment — MoneySmartGuides.com on Money Smart Guides

Learning to walk the line between blessing and spoiling your children | More Money Than Month on More Money Than Month

13 money goals for 2013, enjoy on Reach Financial Independence

Are You In Debt? Stop The Expensive Vacations! | Debt-cation on Debt RoundUp

Investing in Starbucks and Coffee Companies | Freedom 35 on Free Thirty Five

Taking the Plunge: Budgeting and the Entrepreneur – Frugal Rules on Frugal Rules

Churning Credit Cards For Travel and Hotel Rewards on iHeart Budgets

3 Golden Rules to Rid Yourself of Debt on My Own Advisor

Do you have a favorite day-trip nearby that you like to do every year?

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By : Jeremy Biberdorf | 26 Jan 2013
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21 thoughts on “End of January 2013 Favorite Blog Posts

  1. John S @ Frugal Rules

    Thanks for the mention as always Jeremy. Glad you’re feeling better, mine is still hanging on for some reason. Have a fun day trip, we used to do that quite a bit but no as much with the kids anymore. I imagine that’ll change as they get older.

    1. Jeremy

      I thought mine was all gone, but then I had another rough night that I thought could’ve been food poisoning. I feel better again today. So who knows what tomorrow will bring.

    1. Jeremy

      Whistler is pretty cool, especially if you ski or snowboard. One of these days I’ll have to go up there for that again, but since it’s been a while since I’ve skied anywhere, it’s tough to justify the prices there.

  2. Liquid

    Have fun at Whistler :0) That place is gorgeous all year round. I would like to go hiking at the Chief by Squamish once a year but haven’t done so for awhile now. Also want to try out snowshoeing this year before it gets too warm up in the mountains. Thanks for the mention.

    1. Jeremy

      We were talking about hiking the Chief as we drove by. I’m not sure if my knees could handle that kind of hike though. Plus I don’t like heights much lol. Snowshoeing is pretty fun though.

    1. Jeremy

      Yeah I’m down for that, maybe check out a Canucks game at a pub sometime soon. Whistler was pretty cool. It happened to be Australia Day the day we went. Since Whistler has a ton of Australians, it made for an entertaining day.

  3. Jason @ WorkSaveLive

    I’m glad to hear that you’re feeling better. I really don’t have anything near me that we can do for a day trip that I really enjoy. There are some things up north and we could probably look into that, but I just haven’t taken the time as what’s available doesn’t excite me too much.

    1. Jeremy

      That’s too bad. Around Vancouver there’s always plenty to check out. I really want to gradually check out lots of various hiking trails that are nearby.


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