I hope that everyone’s weekend has been going great so far. If you’re a regular reader, you probably notice that I’ve been updating the look and setup of the site. It hasn’t been easy. My theme requires a little CSS knowledge to change the logo around. However, I haven’t dabbled in webdesign for about thirteen years when I was a junior in high school. Back then all you needed were some gaudy looking clip art and a little knowledge of HTML.
I want to give Grayson from Debt RoundUp a special thank you for pointing out my missing logo and the time he took to give me advice on fixing it. I’m hoping to have it fixed this weekend.
I’m also very excited about the posts that I have lined up for next week. The inspiration for these posts came on Sunday morning while I was listening to MarketPlace Money, one of my favorite radio shows, on NPR. I won’t spoil them, but I found the topics pretty interesting and unique. So be sure to check in next week!
Week in Review
This week I’ve written 4 posts:
- 14 Valentine’s Day Expenses
- My Quest for Financial Independence
- Can You Use Coupons at the Dollar Tree? Yes!
- Personal Finance is like Driving: Don’t Speed!
The post My Quest for Financial Independence is the foundation for a new direction of The Frugal Path. I’m hoping that a majority of new guest posts will be more personal in nature with an emphasis on the writer sharing a part of their own personal quest. Please check out the Share Your Path link if you are interested in sharing your path.
And don’t forget about the $999.99 giveaway! There’s still time to sign up.
The Frugal Path Around the Net
- Mr. CBB at the Canadian Budget Binder and John at Frugal Rules mentioned my post: My Path for Financial Independence on their sites.
- John at Fearless Men mentioned 14 Valentine’s Day Expenses.
- Jason at Frugal Habits mentioned Kyle James’s guest post 5 Tips for Turning Junk into Cash.
- Pauline at Reach Financial Independence mentioned The Benefits of a Mortgage Free Retirement.
I apologize if I missed anyone. And thanks to all of those who mentioned The Frugal Path.
- Budget and the Beach wrote a great post When Spending Thousands is a Drop in the Bucket.
- Pauline at Reach Financial Independence wrote Budgeting: the no budget approach.
- The PoPs wrote a post that you shouldn’t miss if you want to invest in real estate: How to value Real Estate.
- John from Frugal Rules wrote two super guest posts this week that are definitely worth a read: Why Your Money Won’t Grow Under Your Mattress and Starting a Legacy that will Last a Lifetime and Beyond.
Have a great weekend and happy reading!