Wow. Am I glad that month is over. January started off with a bang and flew along full-tilt until the fifteenth. In the two weeks since my friend Sparky died, my life has been a confused mess. I delegated to guest authors while I dealt with my personal life; fortunately, they provided some great articles. Now, however, I’m looking forward to finding some semblance of normalcy again.
Here are some of the best posts from the month of January:
- January 2nd How to make your New Year’s resolutions stick
- January 5th: 9 methods for mastering your money in 2009
- January 11th: 7 tips for starting your own vegetable garden
- January 13th: Hustle and patience: What it takes to succeed in 2009
- January 14th: How to replace bad financial habits with good ones (a guest post from Leo B.)
- January 18th: The razor’s edge: Lessons in true wealth
- January 21st: Why I drive a 13-year-old car (a guest post from Joel B.)
- January 26th: 5 credit card company tricks — and how to thwart them (a guest post from Justin M.)
- January 27th: Use personal marketing to persuade yourself to save (a guest post from Lynn B.)
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