Happy Easter and Sunday’s Best

This day is the beginning of it all for the Christian Faith. Strangely Christmas seems to be a more celebrated holiday, but Good Friday and Easter Sunday are the alpha and omega for the Christian Faith. Without Easter Sunday, there really isn’t Christianity (just as there isn’t a Faith without Good Friday as well).

Enjoy the feast and the celebration of the faith. Feast and enjoy, and revel in new beginnings.

Remember that Lent is now over too, so if you had a Financial Plan or Lenten vows to add or remove something from your financial plans, that time is over, look back and see if it was a success. If you feel you failed, figure out why, and either try again, or try something else. Take the good from your works and move on.

Use Easter as the starting of something new, Financially and Spiritually. Revel in the joy of a new start, and new beginnings!

 

Happy Easter To You And Your Loved Ones!

 

Sunday’s Best

For those looking for some reading for an Easter Sunday (while Mom fixes the feast), have a check out of some of these oldies that I posted on my Twitter Feed this week:

  • My Financial Balance Band was a little bit of an April Fool’s Joke (Poisson d’Avril), but I am sure I could sell a few to some folks.
  • I found an early bit of writing What’s in it For Me? Which shows just how mercenary I can be.
  • With the changes to the RDSP rules I figured bringing back RDSP: The Completion of Initial Work, to show just how complicated this can be.
  • As with sports, finances also need goals so Always Have a Target points out that even in urinals having a target is a good thing.
  • Not really an Oldie, but still a goody, Costco Gas points out just how far I will drive to get 4 cents a litre off gas prices.
  • For Good Friday I found a Best of: 5 Investing Mistakes I have Made, which is a very good read to show how honest I can be.
  • The topic of Pet Insurance has come up a few times, but what if you had a problem pet like in The Cat Came Back a film short from the NFB?

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