Today was a rough day in our household. Around 1pm I came down sick with what we believe was some type of food poisoning. I ended up sleeping a good portion of the afternoon and didn’t wake up until 8pm. I’m finally starting to feel better, but unfortunately my husband is now sick as well. Thank goodness our son was spared.This morning I peeked in here and answered some emails. I do try to answer them all. Today’s sickness put me a little behind, so if you don’t hear back from me in a few days, that’s why.
I wanted to say thank you for all of the comments and emails I’ve received. I’ve noticed a few new blogs spouting up and I think it’s great that others are deciding to use the internet for accountability. The one thing that happened when I started my blog is that I now talk about finances with my mom and one of my friends. I showed them the blog to open up dialogue, which I feel is a really good thing.
Probably many of you are new to the world of financial blogs. There are actually over 800 out there being aggregated on one great website, pfblogs.org. Chances are, you can find multiple blogs that interest you. There are some written by financial planners, college students, over 30 crowd, real estate and investors and then there are of course other debt bloggers out there that were not mentioned in the NYT article.
I’ll be working to answer emails and comments and I thank you for your patience in the meantime 🙂