It has been a busy time behind the scenes for our bloggers here at Spending It — “SpendIt” and “SaveIt”.   Since our last Personal Finance Week in Review, we’ve gotten out the following posts:>>> [Read More]

We here at Spending It are pleased to be guest hosting the 5th Edition of the Personal Finance News Carnival this week.  As you can see below, this edition of the Carnival has a nice variety of personal finance articles that were submitted from many different blogs with personal finance advice on the topics of: Credit and Debt, Education, Investing, Real Estate, and Saving.  Please feel free to share with others!>>> [Read More]

Well, the week has gone by pretty quickly here at Spending It — with “SaveIt” on his way to France and me, “SpendIt”, getting ready for a road trip.  Still, since our last Personal Finance Week in Review, I think we’ve gotten out some thought-provoking articles, such as:>>> [Read More]

A lot of personal finance articles these days can be summed up as follows: cut out everything nice or fun in your life to save money.  Here at Spending It we have a slightly different view.  Sure, if you have a $4 a weekday premium coffee habit, you can save hundreds of dollars by brewing your own coffee at home.  That kind of personal finance advice to save small amounts here and there seems to be everywhere these days, yet many people seem to overlook opportunities to save much more money than that.>>> [Read More]

The first week since launching Spending It is already over.  Boy the weeks fly by!!  Every Friday, SpendIt and I will provide a Personal Finance Week in Review.  We will cover the highlights in personal finance news, including a recap of what we covered on Spending It and highlights from the personal finance blog community.>>> [Read More]

My pen name is “SpendIt”, and I’m a personal finance blogger. As we mentioned in our first blog post, one thing that makes SpendingIt.com different is that we have dueling bloggers — “SpendIt” and “SaveIt” — to discuss both sides of the issues.  So, what is my story and why am I “SpendIt”?>>> [Read More]

Welcome to Spending It, a personal finance blog with a different approach from the other personal finance blogs out there.  Sure, in the months and years to come you find lots of personal finance articles and coverage of the latest personal finance news.  However, we tend to view personal finance — and life — a bit differently from your average personal finance blogger.>>> [Read More]