Merry Christmas

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Hello to all, and merry Christmas from me and my beautiful wife!

I specifically want to pause and take this opportunity to thank all of you for reading, commenting on, and contributing to Debt Free Adventure all throughout the past year.  Without you reading my ramblings things would be mighty lonely!

Keep an eye on DFA for a $100 giveaway soon to be gracing her pages – yes that’s right a free $100 – no strings attached!

Think on these things…

As you head out to spend time with loved ones this holiday season please keep a few things in mind:

  • Do not spend money you don’t have for things people don’t need.
  • Love your family, love your friends, and love your enemies (go on… try it.)  🙂
  • Try to sacrifice something for someone who is needy, be it time, money, clothing, goods, services, or whatever… just sacrifice something, it will feel good.
  • Drive safe and don’t drink and drive!
  • Open your bible and get to know Jesus Christ.  He is the King of Kings and the Lord of Lords.  He owns a cattle on a thousand hills and has given each of us the gift of peaceful life everlasting.  All we have to do is believe Him by faith.
  • “Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things.”  – Philippians 4:8

And now I will leave you with a few excellent articles from around the personal finance blogsophere.  Enjoy!

Articles of Interest…

Merry Christmas!

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1 james

Merry Christmas to you! I’m impressed with the ideas given here, they are very good things to consider and think on… especially, loving family, friends and enemies too. I may just try to love my enemy this Christmas. 🙂

2 Pete @ Bible Money Matters

Merry Christmas to you and yours Matt! I hope you hav a blessed new year!

3 Paul @ FiscalGeek

Merry Christmas to you and your wife Matt!

4 Tom @ Canadian Finance Blog

Merry Christmas Matt! Hope you have a good one!

5 Neal

If I never make a dime blogging, it will still have been worth it all because I’ve met friends like you Matt. Merry Christmas from the Pilgrim.

6 Matt Jabs

You all are so awesome! Thank you so much for all your support.
God come quickly. 🙂

7 Surayah Davis

Thanks so much for the great article….Happy (Debt-Free) Holidays and an even happier 2010! 🙂

8 Surayah Davis

And an even happier 2010!

9 Matt Jabs

Thank you Surayah! I like the name of your blog! 🙂

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