As you might have noticed I’ve yet to update my blogroll yet since switching to WordPress. Actually I have yet to update it from my last site for a while now. I know there are lots of great PF blogs out there since my last update so here is the deal. If you have a blog that have existed for at least one month and you have a minimum total of twenty posts I want you to leave a comment with your URL to nominate yourself for my blogroll (you can also do this for any PF blog you read). Then this weekend I’ll review the enteries and update my list with those blogs I like.
Also for anyone who currently has me on your blogroll, can you please do me a small favour? Check your website address on your link and make sure it hooks up to the new site (http://blog.canadian-dream-free-at-45.com). I’ve tried to check most of your sites when I have time, but I know I’ve barely scratched the surface yet.
Thanks for your help,
Welcome back. After much pain and errors I’m finally switched over to WordPress. That’s the good news. The bad news is I’m still transferring everything. So please let me know of any problems you find on the site as I’m still updating everything and playing around with all these new settings.
For all those WordPress guru’s out there, do you have any recommendations for plugins? I would love to hear about them.
Please note I’ve updated the Feedburner feed, so if your reader was setup using that feed you don’t have to change any settings.
Catchy title hey? Canadian Dream gave me, Frugal Trader of Million Dollar Journey, the honor of taking care of his popular blog during the week that he’s away. I’ve been following Mr. Dream’s blog ever since it started and I must admit that I’m a big fan. What’s not to like? Early retirement is a popular topic as most people in the working world want to leave the rat race well before they are eligible for old age security (65). With Canadian Dream being in his late 20’s with a current net worth of around $200,000, there is no doubt that he will reach his goals. Especially if you’re as stingy frugal as him (hope he doesn’t read this).
We have a great week of articles lined up, among them include interviews with popular personal finance blogs and other personal finance ramblings. If you have any questions, leave them in the comments, or you can contact me directly by visiting my blog.