Merry Christmas 2011, and links

Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah and fill-in-the-blank greetings.  It’s a nice season, whether you’re celebrating one of the major religious holidays or just enjoying time with family and friends for the sake of, well, spending time with family and friends.   I was not planning on posting a Christmas post, but then I came across a video that I felt like sharing.  And on a personal level, I’ll offer this:  if you walk past one of the bell-ringing Salvation Army workers on the way into a store, give them a little bit.  They do good things.  I’ve seen them in action, and they’re worth it.  They have some good people there.

Happy Holidays!  Watch the video, via The Simple Dollar:

And here are a few other holiday reads. I thought the first one was especially worth reading (“Cold Weather Retirement Cities”) as my Floridian family suffers through a harsh Virginia winter visit.  It’s funny how quickly I’ve forgotten 15 years in the Northeast and reverted to my Southern “50 is COLD” mentality….my Germanic ancestors are cringing.

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One Reply to “Merry Christmas 2011, and links”

  1. Now is the time to invest in yourself and others. As you have said spending that time giving of your time, talents and treasure will be rewarding for you and others.

    Also make sure that you take the time though to read up on the classics of investing, finance and business. Watch some motivational investing videos on Youtube or Google. Enjoy yourself and brush up on your skills.

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