Monday, March 29, 2010

Transition to Wordpress

There's been a dearth of posts lately at Money Musings, and this will continue for a little while. Part of the reason for this stems from my outlook on things: I'm staggered (and not in a good way) by what I see going on around me. Economically, politically — you name it.

Lately, I just don't know what to say. My years of IYM and Money Musings admonitions to get people to save their money, to spend carefully, are countered at every turn by the folks at the controls of my country. It's become painfullly obvious that "doing the right thing" financially simply means that in this game, you are the sucker at the table.

Discouraging? Yeah. Just a little.

Additionally, as Blogger is soon ending its support of FTP publishing, I'm now making a transition. Money Musings will become a Wordpress blog here shortly. Commenting on new posts should be greatly improved for readers. On old posts, though ... well, I haven't decided whether I'm going to convert all the old posts into Wordpress or leave them as is (minus commenting ability, as that relies on Blogger), and simply use Wordpress for the new stuff from this point forward.

Decisions, decisions.

It's quite possible that my blog's RSS feed will be changing. If that's the case, I'll be sure to make note of it here (before Google/Blogger nixes FTP on May 1) so that those of you who wish to do so can update your feed readers.


— Posted by Michael @ 8:38 AM


I certainly will watch for the transition and keep up with your priceless information. Better yet, I'll make sure to subscribe so I'll be aware of your every move. Decisions! Decisions! I'm certain they will all work out for in your favor. Good luck.

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Thoughts on my personal finances, goals, experiences, motivations, and accomplishments (or lack thereof).

My financial life began turning around when I took responsibility for it.
— Dave Ramsey


Start (2005-12): ~$21,900
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Savings Goal: $15,000
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