I am what you call a late adopter. New things come out, I see them advertised, I yawn and go about my business. Then months later (sometimes years) I eventually get around to rediscovering those items and finding that I actually find them useful and kick myself for not joining earlier. This sums up my experience with social media.
I avoided the whole MySpace/Facebook scene for a long time and saw little value in things like Twitter and the like. However, I now understand the value in connecting with people in a more informal online setting than blog comments.
So, over the last few months, I’ve been trying to reach out to more readers in an effort to share things not really meant for a personal finance blog. I’d love to connect with you, and if you are a slow adopter, I’d encourage you to sign up and give it a shot.
The Frugal Roundup
29 Semi-Productive Things to Do Online When Trying to Avoid Real Work. Have you ever hopped online to do something and then come to find you got absolutely nothing done in an hour? Happens to me all the time. At least next time I can say I did something at least semi-productive! (@Marc and Angel)
How to Show Someone You Love Them Every Day. Although Valentine’s Day is this weekend, you should always tell that special someone that you love them. Get this free eBook to learn how. (@My Super-Charged Life)
11 Ways We Dove Into Debt and How We’re Digging Out. Matt shares some all too common factors on how he and his wife accumulated their debt. (@Debt Free Adventure)
Best of the Rest
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- How to Use Electronic Coupons With Your Grocery Card
- 5 Financial Mistakes That Can Cost You Significantly
- Credit Terrorist or Twisted Genius?
- Is It The Right Time to Buy a New Car?
- The One Thing You Can Do To Make Your Resume Stand Out
- Our Debt to The Future and Past