It’s been a strange October for me. At the first of the month, I began the transition to working full time on my book, Your Money: The Missing Manual. It’s a much different challenge than blogging, and it’s taking all my time. In theory, the book writing will be done in a few months, and then I’ll be able to devote more attention to GRS again! Thank you for your patience while I pursue this life-long goal.
Meanwhile, I was pleased with the stuff I did write here during October, and the contributions from staff writers Adam and April, and from the guest authors. And, of course, I always appreciate your contributions to the discussion.
Here are some of the best Get Rich Slowly articles from the month of October:
- October 1st: Happier
- October 6th: How to stop buying clothes you never wear (by April)
- October 10th: The guilt of wealth
- October 14th: 9 ways to knock the socks off your next landlord (by Baker)
- October 15th: Five steps to six figures in seven years (a guest post from FMF)
- October 17th: What if your high-paying job makes you miserable?
- October 22nd: The paradox of choice and the dangers of perfection
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