I thought this weeks series of a fake conversation between myself and Rocky Balboa was good stuff. I laughed while writing. Turned out I was the only one.
Traffic was down for the week. Only a few % of people were reading this series from their RSS readers. Not exactly what I expected.
I actually had another post set for Friday, but didn’t feel like clogging up anyone’s RSS feeds. I only want to share with you the best
Anyways, on to the weekend reading…
On October 1st, I was the 444,991 most visited website in the world. I’m glad to report, it’s only getting better. As I write this on Friday, Gen Y Wealth has grown to 341,145. My goal is to get into the top 200,000 by the end of the year.
Personal Finance Read from the Yakezie Network
- Using Financial Ratios to Gauge Your Financial Health via Money Help for Christians
- Exploring a Financial Fast via Canadian Personal Finance Blog
- Five Steps to Give You Power Over Purchase at Personal Finance by the Book
- Saving Money for Retirement – Six Steps to Peace of Mind via Wealth Pilgrim
- Your Opinion: Is Debt Slavery via Consumerism Commentary
- Breaking up with Debt via Beating Broke
- Carnival of Personal Finance at The Dough Roller
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