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If you like reading financial blogs, take a look at the personal finance blogs RSS feed, which combines the blogs of the MoneyBlogNetwork with a few others like a MyMoneyBlog, The Simple Dollar, Fat Pitch Financials, and Get Rich Slowly. Here are a few good posts from the blogosphere from the past week.

All Financial Matters answers whether a girl in debt should keep her loans in hardship deferral. Blueprint for Financial Prosperity gives his single best piece of advice: achieve balance.

Five Cent Nickel teases us with historical net worth percentage increases. Free Money Finance says insurance should be used for the big losses. Mighty Bargain Hunter writes about a home’s value and net worth. Mapgirl Fiscal’s Challenge explains how she lives frugally.

Here are some more goodies:

* 5 Ways the Credit Card Companies Get Our Kids to Sign Up
* Why to Complain More About Gas Prices
* How Money Can Change a Life

Have a great weekend!

Updated December 20, 2011 and originally published July 20, 2007. If you enjoyed this article, subscribe to the RSS feed or receive daily emails. Follow @ConsumerismComm on Twitter and visit our Facebook page for more updates.

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