September saw the arrival of the new status quo at Get Rich Slowly. To give me time to pursue other projects, I’ve been joined by two staff writers: April and Baker. Their unique voices provide some variety around here, while also taking the load off my shoulders so I can work on my book. I’ve been pleased with the results so far.
Here are some of the best Get Rich Slowly articles from the month of September:
- September 2nd: On the road to financial independence
- September 7th: Further adventures in my war on stuff
- September 8th: Sweating the big stuff (a guest post from Sierra Black)
- September 15th: Slash your grocery bill with store-brand products
- September 17th: 11 ways to spice up your emergency fund (by Baker)
- September 21st: 5 ways to rescue your rotten résumé (a guest post from Squawkfox)
- September 23rd: Renters insurance: Peace of mind for ten bucks a month (by April)
- September 26th: Furniture shopping secrets: How to tell superior from shoddy (a guest post from Karawynn)
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