Last Friday, I participated in Yakezie Blog Swap #4. The topic was – What would you do if you’re homeless and poor? This is a difficult subject to write about because none of the bloggers have ever been homeless. My favorite post is from Andi Modern Tightwad – A Homeless Plan to Guard Against Hopelessness. Andi was in a bad financial situation a while back and actually think through the scenario in detail.
The rest of the Homeless posts show a diverse point of view
Debt Eye posted at Retire by 40 with What if You’re Homeless? and mentioned how any job would be worth it.
Retire by 40 posted at The Single Saver with What I Would Do If I Were Homeless and suggested starting a small business.
The Single Saver posted at Bucksome Boomer and mentioned the best defense is a good offense with How Do You Plan for Financial Disaster?
Toni from Debt Free Divas prioritize shelter first. Poor or Homeless at Financial Success for Young Adults.
LaTisha from FSYA posted at Smart Money Focus about using education to help with Homeless but not Hopeless.
Smart Money Focus posted at Life and My Finances reminding us that the U.S. is still seen as a place of luxury with Thank God I’m Homeless in the U.S.!
Life and My Finances posted at Debt Free Divas with a very smart $4 dollar plan to getting back to comfort. If I was Homeless and Poor.
My Personal Finance Journey posted at The Saved Quarter with how he would Improve His Situation If Homeless by working for tips.
The Saved Quarter posted at Debt Payer about Getting Out of Poverty before you are even in it.
Debt Payer posted at Modern Tightwad. This is my personal favorite because it reads as a story in first person narrative. What Would You Do if You Were Homeless?
Khaleef from KNS Financial posted at Money Talks about humbly asking for help and getting back to full recovery.
Money Talks posted at Barbara Friedberg Personal Finance and had an idea for getting immediate cash and food in one fell swoop with I’m Homeless, Now What?
Barbara Friedberg posted at Narrow Bridge with a backup plan for taking on the challenge of poverty with You’re Homeless…Now What?.
Narrow Bridge posted at KNS Financial with How To Recover From Being Broke by first taking responsibility.
Bucksome Boomer posted at Debt Eye about hard work with Poverty Can Teach Lessons for Life.