Whew! For the first time in three months, I’m not feeling stressed about work. I’m caught up on blog posts, my articles for other sites are written, and I don’t have any other pressing tasks. I love being able to take long vacations to other continents, but the preparation and clean-up for these trips is a bear!
And I can’t rest too long. My next column for Entrepreneur magazine is due soon. Plus, I need to prep for a budget workshop I’m giving at a local library. And the World Domination Summit is just around the corner! That’s going to take a lot of time, too. Plus — best of all — I’ve started the early work on my next site. (About which I’m very excited.)
Still, all the hard work was actually pretty productive. Though it took blood, sweat, and tears, Get Rich Slowly had some great articles last month. Here are a few of the best:
- March 1st: From the Rich to the Poor (or, What I Learned in Africa) (by J.D.)
- March 3rd: Developing Systems That Work (by J.D.)
- March 8th: The Power of Patience (by J.D.)
- March 14th: You Can Have It All (Just Not All At Once) (by Donna)
- March 17th: Outsmarting Myself (by J.D.)
- March 21st: Do Programmable Thermostats Really Save Money? (by J.D.)
- March 23rd: Living Below Your Means is Like Saving for Retirement Twice (by Robert)
- March 28th: Getting the Most from Your Charitable Deductions (by Sierra)
- March 30th: The Lottery: An “Investment” for Fools (by J.D.)
Yes, looking back, March was one of the best months at GRS in a long time. Two thumbs up from me!
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