Unfortunately, march madness is over and there will be nothing for me to do until next October when college basketball season starts. All that’s left now is pouring over the recruiting and trying to figure out how my alma matter will hang on to its coach if they have another successful season. In other news, I got second in my work bracket pool (after a totally disastrous first weekend) which I thought was pretty awesome!
Anyway, on to the best links of the week:
I met david from Money Under thirty at fincon last year and he was really knowledgeable. He recently expanded his family and wrote a very detailed post about the costs of a baby.
Money Reasons wants to know if you’re trying to become financially independent. I never really had a problem watching too much tv once I started living on my own, though I make sure that I keep it in check 98% of the time now, and occasionally give myself days where I do nothing but watch tv/movies for a few hours.
Get Rich Slowly has a good post about staying healthy. Personally, I agree with this spot on – you can neglect your health early in life, but you’ll pay for it at some point. For me, I just choose to do it now and enjoy it rather than cursing my lack of doing something about my health 15 years from now.