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A few tasty morsels for your enjoyment:

Isabella, the blogging therapist, wrote about employment counselling and chaos theory. She was taking notes at a conference, so be prepared for a good romp from thought to thought!

And guess which profession is least trusted by Danes?  Politicians?  nope.  Used Car Salespeople?  nope.   Give up?  Head on over to Jan’s blog to find out.

Netchick discovers you can pay to speak to a North-American based rather than India based Dell Customer Service rep.

Darren Barefoot may have found the solution to the “What To Do with my Digital Assets” problem.

Sid describes year one as a retiree.

And Peter, of Peter’s Useful Crap fame, has found an alternative ADSL provider to Telus and Shaw for Vancouverites, if you’re in the market.

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Imagine if Canadians were known for being all over their money. Engaged. Proactive. Getting out of debt. Savvy. Saving. Generous. Nancy wants to help. Nancy started her own journey with money over 15 years ago, and formed her company “Your Money by Design” in 2004 to help others along the same path. It’s not the usual financial advising/investment stuff. It’s about taking control of day-to-day finances –managing monthly cashflow effectively, spending appropriately, getting out of debt, saving. If you're ready to take control over your finances, pop by her business site, YourMoneybyDesign.com


  1. I’m so buried in theory right now I don’t think I could stomach one more. I will venture over there, however, because finding research for my project has been an exercise in the unusual.

    Read Tanya’s Dell post a few days ago. I’ll say now what I said then… just one little word to solve all those problems: APPLE.

    I’ll have to save the other morsels for later as I have (too) much research to do.

    Tanya sent me,


    Mike Althouse’s last blog post..On Journeys and Destinations


    Mar 12, 2009
  2. Thanks so much for including me in your links!

    Retired Syd’s last blog post..Reflections on My First Year of Retirement (Part 1: Money)


    Mar 13, 2009

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