I’ve read a lot of great and interesting articles lately; there are too many to share! Here are some of my favorites from the past week or so:

I hope that all of you are enjoying the holidays so far; be safe on the road!

P.S. The pumpkins are from Halloween… it snowed all the way back at the end of October… at least, it did in the mountains!

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Kevin has left the office, and he is currently fighting the rat race by working on his own business. He enjoys exploring unvisited places around the world and gaining new experiences. He believes that by properly managing our energy and time, we can learn to invest our lives wisely.

17 Comments Kevin on Dec 23rd 2010

17 Responses to “Midweek-Reading: ‘Tis the Season…”

  1. Yep, that’s a lot of reading! Wow, you must be pretty well-informed by now! Nice work.

  2. Have a great holiday Kevin, and thanks for the link!

  3. Have a “super-awesome” (yes I’m showing my age) Christmas Kevin, and thanks for the link!

  4. Moneycone says:

    Happy Holidays Kevin! Thanks for the mention!

  5. Kevin says:

    Thanks for stopping by, everyone!

  6. Squirrelers says:

    Thank you for including my post, Kevin. Have a great holiday weekend.

  7. Kevin says:

    You too, Squirrelers!

  8. Jimmy Ahyari says:

    Its too late to say “happy holiday?” :oops:

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  10. Thank’s for the mention Kevin! Christmas is already gone but I’ll wish you a Happy New Year! May your blog grows even more this year! Cheers!

  11. Hey Kevin, thanks for the mention! We just got hit with over 30 inches of snow, so the pumpkins were a nice change of pace!

  12. Hello Kevin, thanks for the mention, and best wishes for a Happy New Year.

  13. Forest says:

    Thanks for the link Kevin :). What a jolly looking pair of pumpkins!

  14. Joe Plemon says:

    Kevin,
    Thanks for the mention, and wishing you a great New Year. Not just January 1…the entire year!