I will tweet your favorite blog post!

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      1. I think Jon and I are some of the few Eastern Standard Time folks around! (And we both get up darn early!) Your posts are first on my feed always. Some others don’t seem to show up for hours and hours! Probably looks like I am stalking you in the mornings!

  1. What an awesome idea – thanks for doing this Steve!

    I’ve got a few favorites, but if I had to pick one, I’d go with “Dominate Your Debt With Spreadsheet Fu”. There are lots of PF bloggers with spreadsheet skills but I think every person would be better at managing their finances with a working level of knowledge as well. This post was my first of hopefully many that helps people get there πŸ™‚

    Took a lot of work to put this one together πŸ™‚

  2. Awesome. Glad to share. My most popular post is actually an online retirement calculator. It takes a lot into account such as savings/investments/retirement plans/mortgage/college cost for multiple kids/Social security. I still enter it from time to time to validate my own early retirement. No cookies/no data saved.

    it even has some examples in case you’re not sure what to enter.


    Love to get feedback from this community.


    1. Awesome article, Maggie – scheduled! And we’d be absolutely honored to enjoy some salmon with you guys. We definitely plan on making it up to Alaska after we begin traveling. Not sure when, yet – but, it’s in the plans!

  3. Steve, You are the man! That is so generous of you.

    My most popular post is by far the one where I essentially wrote that there is more to life than money, and that it’s okay to spend more on things or experiences that you value highly even if other people consider them to be superfluous or wasteful expenses…

    But the one I’m most personally fond of, I think, is my post on lifestyle deflation and it’s one that I think others might appreciate, particularly if they have chosen to downsize their housing costs.


  4. I’m late to the party on this one but just saw your recent post on Twitter and think it’s a great idea. What better way to get a feel for a blog than through one of the writer’s favourite posts! I’m excited to go back and check out some of the earlier recommendations and find some new blogs to follow.
    My favourite post from recently deals with the stress of asking for a raise and the best way to handle it. Here is the link:
    Thanks for doing this!

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