May was a bit of a slow month around here. I had a lot going on in real life, so most of my GRS plans were put on hold. (In reality, they’re likely to remain on hold until August.) Meanwhile I’m falling further behind on my e-mail! Also, I couldn’t devote as much time in May as I would have liked to crafting longer entries. Still, I was particularly pleased with the following posts:
- May 1st: A collection of financial literacy resources
- May 6th: There is no secret: The myth of the law of attraction
- May 7th: Easy ways to spend less on your computer (a guest post from Cliff Barbier)
- May 9th: Coping with unemployment: Blogging is not the answer
- May 17th: Quicken hacks: 25 hints, tips, and tricks
- May 22nd: Why frugality is an important part of personal finance
- May 24th: Personal finance on film: The Farmer’s Wife
- May 25th: Proper care and feeding of your credit score
- May 30th: How to improve your fuel economy: 23 top tips for better gas mileage
Return of the Forum
Don’t forget that the Get Rich Slowly discussion forum has returned. It’s an excellent place to chat with your fellow readers. Have questions about emergency funds? Ask! Want to chat about cheap vacations? This is the place to do it. Use the VIP code 0325 when signing up. (In its first six weeks, the forum has 325+ registered users and nearly 3000 posts.)
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