1 Year Anniversary of Your Money Relationship

Well, I just noticed that I started Your Money Relationship on July 2, 2008. That makes this site 1 year and 6 days old. So, I’m a little late but it has been a great year here and I am very grateful that I have made it this far. I know that it has been a weird year. I posted infrequently for a few months and changed the design of the site multiple times but I just want to thank everyone for sticking with me.

Looking Back

I wanted to share with you my favorite posts over the past year.

The Age of No Negotiation – After receiving so-so customer service from a big-box store, I question if customer service and price negotiation is dead.

10 Reasons Not to Pay For Your Kids College – Ever want to know some convincing reasons to not pay for your kids college education?

Should Your Forgo a Match From a 401(k) In Order to Start An Emergency Fund? – Would you pass up free money in order to be prepared for financial emergencies?

10 Things to Do When You Graduate Without a Job – Searching for a job? Follow these tips in order to get ahead of the game.

Are You Living ‘Within Your Means’ or ‘Below Your Means’? – Does ‘within your means’ mean you are living ‘paycheck to paycheck’?

Money Genie: I Grant You 3 Financial Do-Overs – What would you do if you could erase some financial mistakes?

Create a Financial Mission Statement to Stay Focused – Having trouble getting started with your financial future? Utilize this method to get focused.

Have Jobs Become Disposable? – Have the recent generations starting thinking of jobs as disposable?

5 Motivational Tips to Start Saving Today – Use these tips to kick your bad habit of not saving.

Looking Forward

As many of you already know, I have recently added another blogger to the site. His name is Chris and he is going to be blogging about getting out of $150,000+ in debt. I think Chris will add a lot of additional topics that I would not have otherwise covered.

I also look to be back to blogging at a faster pace once my new job begins in August. Up until then I will be pretty inactive as I am getting married next week and we are heading to Jamaica after that.

Once again, I want to thank all of you readers for the great conversations over the past year. I look to many more!

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7 thoughts on “1 Year Anniversary of Your Money Relationship

  1. Adam Post author

    @TheHappyRock – Thanks! It does take a lot of work. Even though I didn’t post as frequently as some bloggers, it still take a lot of work behind the scenes.

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