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Haven't posted an update about my Yakezie situation in a long while, so here it is…
Last time we broached this subject, Go Be Rich was sitting at 425,542. The awesome thing here is that today, July 3rd, Go Be Rich has jumped 135,239 spots lower to a cool 290,303. The not so awesome thing is that the only reason it seems like it's going so well is because it was a full 3 weeks ago since I posted the last update. Hey, if you're gonna manipulate the numbers, at least do it in your favor right?
I should probably explain why my posting schedule has changed a bit and why there's not quite as much content up lately as there has been in the past. Work has got really busy as of late, online classes have started back up, and I was getting just a bit burnt out with all the writing I was doing… it wasn't quite as enjoyable as it had been. So, I'm simply backing off a slight bit. No big deal, when I get some more free time I'll pick back up with the content creation and whatnot.
Recent Go Be Rich Postings:
- Prosperity Plan #7: Don't Fight Yourself
- Introduction to Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs)
- I Will Teach You To Be Rich: Book Review
- 5 Reasons This Economy Rocks
- The SCAM Series: Total Cost of the Best Videogames
- Interview with Bob from ChristianPF.com
- Does the Constitution Still Matter?
- The CraigBay Technique
Posts From Around the Blogosphere
Before we get started, I just want to give a shout-out to the newest member of The MoneyStreet Network, Crystal from Budgeting in the Fun Stuff. We're all pretty excited to have her on board, and we're sure she'll be an awesome addition to the group. By the way, if you're wondering what the MoneyStreet Network is, since I've never mentioned it before, I'll tell you: it's a new, exclusive blogging network of like-minded personal finance bloggers, including Money Talks Coaching, Money Spruce, and Financially Consumed. Much more to come on this topic later.
Jeffery at Money Spruce writes about why he loves airline fees. I know, I know, sounds a little crazy, but his reason is actually sound. And there's a shout-out to NPR within his post, which makes it all worth it.
Ashley at Money Talks Coaching shares her $35 total room makeover. It was her daughter's room, which would explain the Justin Bieber poster on the wall that made me puke a little. These young girls nowadays…
Crystal at Budgeting in the Fun Stuff writes about a $24,000 loss (actually, the sequel to the original $24,000 post, but whatever). I suddenly don't feel so bad about spending as much money on videogames as I do…
Hunter over at Financially Consumed writes about how Networking Saves Money and Your Health. There's a favorable mention to the impending Obamacare in the first sentence. In fact, the first word is Obamacare… sorry Hunter, but I gotta say, I can't see ANYTHING good coming out of Obamacare.
Brad from Enemy of Debt writes about the perfect Father's Day. Okay, so Father's Day is sooooo last week… or two weeks ago… whatever, but he's been out of town and unplugged visiting his 15-year-old daughter, so you'll have to make due.
Len over at Len Penzo.com tackles the most serious and incredibly important issue of our day. The one issue that will affect millions upon millions of poor, innocent souls this holiday weekend, forcing them to each make a personal choice that could potentially affect the course of not only their entire lives, but history itself. That choice is (dramatic pause…………………. wait for it……..), ketchup or no ketchup on your hotdog????
Until next time!