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It is hard to believe we are already into October–where does the time go? September was a good month here at Frugal Dad. I changed up the format mid-month and began posting two articles a day. I have not heard much feedback one way or the other from you, so that either means you like it, or are too busy reading to respond! Either way, I’m glad you are still with me.
Let’s take a look back at the top articles from September:
- 10 Free Dates That Your Wife Will Love
- Half of Us Are Living Paycheck to Paycheck
- A Half Dozen Uses for Empty Egg Cartons
- How to Live On One Income
- I Was Wrong: Scrapping the Child Chore Chart for a New Allowance System
- When It Comes to Blog Monetization, Keep Things in Perspective
I have two exciting things to share that will hopefully be accomplished in October. First, a freelance writing project that I took on a few months ago should be moving to print soon. It is aimed at the frugal homeowner, and I think you will all enjoy it.
My other big goal is to wrap up two ebooks that I have been working on. One focuses on a personal finance theme, and the other is top-secret, so I’ll have to wait a couple weeks to share more. Hint: Think of my “So You Want to Be a Blogger” series on steroids!
Subscribers and a Ranking Update
A couple hundred new readers subscribed to Frugal Dad in September, in addition to the 3,000 plus already receiving our free, daily content. If you haven’t signed up for a free subscription, I hope you will consider doing it today.
I cracked the Top 15 in Fire Finance’s latest Top 100 Personal Finance Blogs, coming in at #14. If you are interested in adding a few blogs to your reader, this is a great place to start!
Well, that about puts September in the books. I hope it was a good month for you, and that October will be even better!