I’ll be honest, I’m not sure that there’s much to really say here. If you’ve been following my blog, you’re probably aware that there was an incident involving hacking this past week, which has been occupying much of my time and effort. Coming right after I returned from a week-long trip across the state, it was especially tricky to handle, as I was still in the process of getting back to my usual schedule when I discovered this hacking.
As a result of all of this, my blogging is completely off. I’m way behind in my writing and researching future posts (which explains why, among other things, this article is being posted far later than my usual round-ups). I have things back up and running now, but I’m still going to be getting back on top of everything, even slower than expected. Bear with me, and in the meantime, be sure to enjoy these
Great Yakezie Posts
6 “Caveman Instincts” That Threaten Your Portfolio – I’ve considered this interesting topic myself, since as The College Investor notes, our natural traits tend to hurt our investments.
Who Wants a Free MP3 Player? – Before you head off to Barbara Friedberg Personal Finance, note that she’s pointing out how nobody gives you things for free, and thus not giving you an MP3 player.
Other Great Posts
7 Ways to Avoid Debt When Starting Your Own Business – With a wife who’s starting her own business soon, this advice from Plunged in Debt looks quite helpful to us.
Where The Amateur Financier Was Featured
My article looking at useful sites to visit if you are planning a business, 7 Resources to Help You Start a Business, was featured in the following carnivals:
- Carnival of Financial Planning at Money Bulldog
- Yakezie Carnival at Frugal Rules
- Financial Carnival for Young Adults at Mom and Dad Money
- Carnival of MoneyPros at Rather-Be-Shopping
Alright, that’s it for now. Here’s hoping you are having a good September, one that hasn’t been spent largely handling hacking of your website… Anyway, have a good week!
Featured image by orsorama / flickr