I get a LOT of requests from other bloggers who want to submit guest posts on TSR. Honestly, I reject most of them because their pitch is uninteresting and lacks much in the way of enthusiasm. But, when Paul Andrews from The Code To Riches approached me to write a guest post about questions to … Continue reading How to ask to Guest Post on a blog (and get it every time!)
Hey everyone! We are going to kick things off this year with a guest post from my man over at the Millennial Money Man blog about his transition from a band director to blogger – or, as he calls it, “online entrepreneur”. Take it away, Bobby! I’ve spent a lot of time reflecting lately. At … Continue reading I suddenly realized that I’m a professional blogger
Good day, beautiful people! Today, I’m coming at you with a guest post, this time from Matt from TheResumeGap.com. These guys travel the country in a van and have totally mastered the definition of minimalism. Today, Matt recalls why they chose a minivan to call their traveling home. Thanks for inviting us, Steve. We’re huge fans … Continue reading Five reasons we chose a minivan to travel the country
Hey everyone! I come to you once again with another guest post, this time on a newer financial blog over at DealsPlus.com. Today, I am writing about credit cards and how to take full advantage of them and all of their benefits. For example, did you know that credit cards offer benefits like rental car … Continue reading Guest post: The frugal way to manage your credit cards
Happy Thursday everyone! I have a treat for you fine people! Today I come to you with a guest post I wrote for the wonderful Money Mozart blog about how to write your retirement letter, a process that may seem easy and straightforward but, in reality, takes some serious guts to pull off. For example, do … Continue reading Money Mozart guest post: Writing Your Retirement Letter
Hey kids, it’s guest post time! As many of you know, Courtney and I are in Glacier National Park enjoying one of our nation’s most beautiful areas, and I am quite pleased to have Chris from MoneyMozart.com holding down the fort while we’re gone with a guest post about figuring out your permanent paradise and turning it into one big kickass reality.
Chris is one of my favorite money bloggers, and for good reason. He’s determined. He’s motivated. And he, like me, wants to turn his permanent paradise into his full time day job. And his blog is absolutely kick ass.
Thank you for the guest post, Chris. Without further ado, please enjoy!
I admit it – I have always hated articles that feature a 30-something who successfully retired in his or her 30s and is living the life of their dreams (and most likely traveling across the world), happy as a freaking clam. Before I decided to retire early, those articles never inspired me to make a … Continue reading Guest Post: How I Retired with $1 Million by 30 – Not!