It’s been a l-o-n-g time since I remembered to do a monthly round-up here at Get Rich Slowly. (Since January, in fact.) I’d like to get back in the habit. I think this is a nice way to recap the best discussions from the past few weeks.
Before I start, though, I have to confess a minor stupidity. Earlier this week, I was trying to re-label everything in my gmail inbox to “TEMP”, which would allow me to at least feel like I’d achieved Inbox Zero. Well, somehow I managed to archive all of that mail instead. I know that I can still read it in gmail’s “All Mail” folder. That’s great. But it doesn’t help me actually find which messages I accidentally archived. So, if you’ve sent me e-mail recently and need a reply, I’m afraid you’ll have to re-send it. I apologize. Even computer geeks make technology mistakes sometimes.
Now, let’s take a look at some of the best GRS articles from November:
- November 4th: How to save: Putting “pay yourself first” into practice (by J.D.)
- November 10th: Make more money: How to supercharge your income (by J.D.)
- November 17th: Using the web to minimize distractions (by April)
- November 22nd: Fantasy vs. reality: Paving a path to a promising future (by J.D.)
- November 23rd: Wine on a budget: How to get good deals on wine (by J.D.)
- November 24th: Christmas gifts that make a difference (by Donna)
- November 29th: How to lower your heating bills this winter (by Sierra)
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. The forum is 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. The forums have over 4300 registered users and over 51,000 posts.
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