Wednesday, October 19, 2011

$60K Project On Vacation

Did you listen to The $60K Project podcast interview at The Consumerism Commentary? Download episode 131 to your iTunes and take it with you wherever you go! And don't forget to tell your friends!

Hi everybody!

The $60K Project has decided to take a two week vacation - after all, it's been a year since this site started and I need some time to relax, unwind and figure out what the future holds for us. Don't fret because we will be back in full force on November 1.

Content Requests?
Do you have any specific types of content you would like to see in the coming months? Be sure to leave a comment with any suggestions you have.

What Should I Read?
There are so many good reads on this website. While I'm away, keep yourself busy with:

The 12 Steps To Debt Freedom: My 12-step method for successfully paying off debt.
How The $60K Project Started: Check out Day 0 and Day 1 of our project and find out how all the madness started.
The Salary Myth: Income vs. Debt: One of my favorite posts. It taught me that bringing in a decent income doesn't necessarily mean you are in good financial shape.
Word of the Day: Another one of my favorites purely because of the word Awesomesauce.
Lessons Learned From Duke: My dog has taught me more about living life than most humans I know. Let Duke impart his wisdom on you in this post.
The Hidden Cost of Cheap Gas: A lesson learned personally - the gas grade doesn't matter (87 vs. 91) as much as the brand. Certain brands of gas just have gunk in it that will choke up your fuel line.
Keeping Up With The Joneses: The infamous Mr. $60K Project (aka Mike) wrote a really good guest post about the pressure to keep up with the Joneses and how it can impair your financial health.
5 Money Tips From My Nephew: I interviewed my 11-year-old nephew about money and I'm pretty sure he knows more about fiscal responsibility than I do.
June is Myasthenia Gravis Awareness Month: Something I am all too familiar with as I have been recently diagnosed.
Lowering Your Cost For Medical Procedures: Did you know it's possible to pay less for certain medical procedures? This is something I have recently found out.
Smashing Debt With A Snowball: Challenging the economic notion that we are rational beings when it comes to the purchases we make.
How I Paid off $60,000 in Ten Months: And how you can do it, too!

Thanks for your patience and understanding. It's hard to believe but, yes, there are other things going on besides working on this blog!

Stay tuned,

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