I had a great time at Get Rich Slowly during November. I had fun writing articles, had fun sharing guest posts, and had fun reading the comments you folks shared. There were some great discussions, both on the blog and in the forums. There’s more interesting stuff scheduled for December, but I’m really looking forward to January, when I’ll have entire days dedicated to writing for this site. This should give me a chance to do more of the in-depth articles I love to write.
Here are some of the best GRS articles from the month of November:
- November 1st: Basic personal finance: Know how your accounts work
- November 5th: The unbranded kid: Thoughts on marketing to children
- November 11th: Quitting the day job: Finding the guts to pursue your dreams
- November 12th: Six steps to curb compulsive spending
- November 16th: Ask the readers: How do you keep frugality fun and interesting?
- November 21st: The hidden costs of stuff (a guest post from Amanda)
- November 26th: Frugality in practice: Keeping warm in winter
- November 28th: The thrill of paying off a mortgage (a guest post from Free Money Finance)
Best of the Forums
There have been some great threads in the Get Rich Slowly discussion forums, too. Here are just a few:
- Getting off-track…How to get back on?
- One of my best friends is deeply in financial debt
- High car payment…what to do?
- If money were no object, what would you purchase?
The forums are a great 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. (Since opening in April, the forums have 900 registered users and more than 10,000 posts.)
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