November was a great month for me. I took huge strides in my life as a “professional” blogger. I made several local television appearances, gave a presentation at the public library, and signed with a literary agent.

I also took steps to make the blog sustainable in the long term. Instead of striving for two posts a day and then feeling like a failure when I missed, I changed my aim for one solid post a day, and a second one if I have time. The net result? Fewer posts (50 as opposed to 58 in October — and probably heading toward 40 per month in the future), but higher quality. And, best of all, more personal satisfaction.

In fact, I’m quite fond of several of November’s articles, including these:

Best of the Forums
The blog isn’t the only part of this site. If you have burning questions about personal finance, one of the best places to get answers is the Get Rich Slowly discussion forum. I don’t spend as much time as I’d like there, but many smart people help to make the place a good source for financial discussions. Here are some interesting threads from this month:

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. (Since opening last year, the forums have 2400 registered users and nearly 29,000 posts.)

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