So here are a few updates from the past two weeks or so around here. May’s activities have not been as immediately stellar as April, but a good, consistent follow-up. Two major points of note: I made the switch to the Thesis theme after searching long and hard several times for another free theme, but found none I liked. I tried several on and came close a couple of times, but realized I’d eventually make the jump and pay for a premium theme. There are a couple of others I really liked too, but in the end the video tutorials on Thesis pushed me over the edge. Let me tell you, the Thesis learning curve has not been easy! Hooks I understand no problem, but the functions are more difficult.
Another exciting piece of news was Monday’s Questrade webcast. Co-sponsored by BNN, Michael Hainsworth moderated and Jon Chevreau and my blogger friend from Million Dollar Journey were panelists for a discussion about the role of social media in investing. Overall consensus: Twitter can be a useful resource for certain bits of info you may not have come across yourself, but it can be no substitute for doing your own research.
I’ll share some of the highlights here as a way to say thanks to everyone who has helped share my articles and for everyone of my subscribers! It means a lot to me, thanks for your support!
MoneyEnergy was mentioned in several blogs around the web, including:
- The Wealth Pilgrim – thanks, Neal!
- Passive Family Income – John will be hosting the next Carnival of Cashflow Consciousness
- The Smarter Wallet
- Funny About Money
- The DoughRoller
- Fire Finance
- Canadian Finance Blog
- Financial Highway
- Fiscal Fizzle
- Canadian Capitalist
In addition were several MoneyEnergy articles published on Tip’d:
- Money Lessons Applied to Life – How to Build Your Mental Emergency Fund
- The Real Costs of Graduate School
- How To Save $100/mo. By Fasting For Financial Fitness
- Only the Mediocre Are Always At Their Best
- 5 Ways to Maximize Your Life Leverage Through Effective Effort
and the following articles published in carnivals/ as guest posts:
“How To Protect Your Wealth From Hyperinflation,” in the Carnival of Net Worth #17
10 Tips For Saving Money and Investing As Two Sides of the Same Coin (Financial Highway, May 27, 2009)
“If You Want To Feel Rich, Count the Things You Have That Money Can’t Buy,” in Money Hacks “Otter Pops” Edition (an editor’s pick!)
“Off the Waist and Into the Wallet: Save $100/mo. By Fasting For Financial Fitness,” in Carnival of Pecuniary Delights #9 Organic Gardening Edition.
Great Finance Reading Around the Web
Enough about me, there are tons of other great articles around the web! I’ve picked out some good ones for you to catch up on for the weekend:
Happy reading, and have a great weekend, everyone!
- How Many Economists Does It Take To Build A Successful Blog? One, if it's The Weakonomist
- Is It Wrong To Make Money While Others Suffer?
- Success Summary and Lifehack Links
- 5 Financial Books I’ve Read Since January
- Carnival of Cashflow Consciousness #2 - "80's Yuppies" Edition: I Just Can't Get Enough