April showers bring May flowers — or at least that’s what I’m trying to tell myself. This was a crazy month for me, filled with lots of behind-the-scenes work but little actual writing for the blog. It’s my hope that this “rain”, however, will yield “flowers” in the weeks ahead as I get back into the groove of blogging. I have some great posts in the works. If you have any topics you’d like to see covered, please drop me a line.
Before we leave April behind completely, here are a few of my favorite posts from the month:
- April 1st: The $1500 frisbee
- April 6th: Finding balance between time and money
- April 8th: How to get out of debt, stay out of debt, and live prosperously
- April 12th: My Mini and the power of saving
- April 15th: The per-diem system: An easy way to budget your spending money (a guest post from Spencer)
- April 21st: Investing 101: How bonds work (a guest post from Joe Light)
- April 23rd: How to read a mutual fund prospectus (a guest post from Neal Frankle)
- April 30th: The secrets of financial freedom: An interview with the millionaire next door
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