Today, I’m over it.
Stop writing posts about:
- How to save money at the grocery store
- Why buying a new car is a waste of money
- Why renting beats buying
Basically, any topic that has already been done to death a thousand times.
And write more interesting posts. Awesome reads, like the ones below:
One journalist offers an insight into working life behind a paywall.
The female half of Newlyweds on a Budget explains why she’s like a “professional job-getter”.
Some insights on how to promote books via blogs, thanks to Alexis Grant.
Small Steps for Big Change, a professor no less, writes about ability vs desire in the success equation.
Do you need a bookkeeper? What do they do anyway? Find out at Jargon Writer.
Leslie at 27 And Frugal struggles with money issues and family guilt.
Thousandaire Kevin tells us why you should never get in a fight over a dollar.
PR Firewall blogs about why he went to college but you shouldn’t.
I had just been pondering the difference between goat and feta cheese, so this was timely:
Aloysa at The Kitchen Sink shares her experience of mixing relationships and the workplace.
Dana at Pushing Thirtyy on dating a man raised by women. It’s not as bad as you might think.
At Minting Nickels, Lindy cuts back on drycleaning and learns to iron.
Molly at These Little Moments reflects on her journey of motherhood.
LL at Shiftless and Lazy has scored a book deal. Living the dream!
Not That Kind of Girl shares a pictorial rendition of the night she hung out with her middle-school crush.
Diary of Why blogs about why she was never homecoming queen.
Distractible Jane wonders whether having expectations spells certain disappointment.
And at Stratejoy, Lindsey crafts the “about me” statement she wants to write in five years’ time. I’d love to do the same, if I had any idea how I wanted it to read.
eemusings on the web
Thanks to Dough Roller for including me in this week’s Carnival of Personal Finance roundup!