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Running From Debt Round-Up 2/28/14

Set your goals high and strive to reach them!

I have rounded up a couple blog posts from around the personal finance and running community that I thought were cool. Since starting this blog, I have discovered other awesome people who write about the same passion as I do. And they are much better writers that I am!! I thought I would share some of their posts from this week. If I can learn from them, I am sure you can pick up a thing or two from these guys also. Head on over to their blog, drop a line, and comment on their posts! Tell them Running From Debt sent ya!!


Stephanie, at Musings of a Girly Tomboy, reviewed the Nike+ Training App. It’s a pretty nice workout app that shows different exercises you can do when you have to get some quick workouts in at home or if you are traveling and at a hotel. Read her review on her blog.

Marathon Mom is currently training for the Boston Marathon. Follow her training regimen and give her some encouragement to keep pushing towards her goal!!


Tonya, over at Budget and the Beach, gave five budget travel tips. Perfect time to start planning that summer vacation!!

Carlos & Anneli wrote an great post on why you shouldn’t churn credit cards on their blog, The Frugalweds. Interesting, because it gives a different insight to those who are thinking of doing the credit card churning game. It may not be for everyone, but to those who are disciplined can benefit greatly from the credit card rewards!

Head on over to their blogs and check it out!

What are your financial and fitness goals for this weekend and the month of March? Let me know in the comments section!

Thanks for Running with Me!

{ 2 comments… add one }

  • Tonya@Healthy, Fit, and Frugal March 1, 2014, 8:08 am

    Thanks for much for including my link this week!

    • Ron March 1, 2014, 9:05 am

      Your welcome Tonya! I hope your new car treats you well!! They look like a fun car to drive. And I hope you’re staying dry During this ‘winter storm’ in SoCal!!

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