Thanks for Putting Well Kept Wallet on the Map
I went on to Technorati.com today only to find out that Well Kept Wallet is now ranked #10 of all the Finance blogs in the world. All I can say is, Thank You. It is because of readers like you that this is even possible. As you are probably aware, it has been my goal to get you from where you ARE to where you WANT to be, especially when it comes to your finances. It is my hope that you are on a better track today than you were 3 months ago and I want you to know that I am here to help you along that journey.
I want to send out some special shout-outs to those who helped get this blog where it is today. These people or blogs have either shared my posts on Twitter or Facebook, let me write a guest post for their site, or supported me in some way:
Yakezie Team – This is a network of personal finance bloggers that truly want to help each other succeed. So many of the members have been vital in spreading the word about my blog. Some of them might be listed below as well.
Get Rich Slowly – You will not find any get-rich-quick schemes here. Nor will you find multi-level marketing fads or hot stock tips. Instead, you’ll find daily information about personal finance and related topics.
Money Crashers – Their mission is to develop a community of people who try to make financially sound decisions. The website strives to educate individuals in making wise choices about credit and debt, investing, education, real estate, insurance, spending, and more.
Wisebread – Wise Bread is a community of bloggers here to help you live large on a small budget. Despite what you may have heard, you don’t have to sacrifice your financial independence to enjoy life.
Bible Money Matters – A Christian personal finance blog that helps regular people dump the chains of debt and live financially free.
Beating Broke – Primarily, as their name implies, they discuss the best way to beat broke; to become debt free. Along the way, they talk a lot about credit management, smart borrowing (only if you must), creating wealth, and many other personal finance topics.
Canadian Budget Binder – Mr. CBB hopes you will join him on their budget journey to learn how they work as a team to save for their future. He is from the United Kingdom and the Mrs. is from Canada.
Club Thrifty – They hope to inspire and educate others about the money-saving techniques that work for them. Furthermore, this website acts as a way to hold them accountable for their own financial health.
Luke Denmon – A Data Center Guru who is lives below his means and supports this blog 100%.
Mo’ Money Mo’ Houses – Be it creating a budget, starting an RRSP, to talking money with your partner, or planning a cheap but stylish wedding, She’ll be blogging about it all.
Objective Wealth – Drew’s objective philosophical blogging on personal finance, wealth creation and wider prosperity.
Jeremy at Modest Money – He has been a huge help in promoting the content of my site and writes quality material as well.
Don Dulin at Money Smarts Guides – He created this site to hopefully help you learn a little about personal finance, spark your interest, learn more, and remove any stress you have about money.
Kevin at Invest it Wisely – He believes that finances is one of the most important fields of study, as it is inextricably linked to the politics of our time, our quality of life, and to the power that each of us has over our own destiny.
Jim Sidler – A technical and programming machine who is one of the most intelligent guys I know. He is also responsible for the first two words in our name.
Fran at Small Birds Studios – She is responsible for making this site look so good. You should contact her if you have any web or graphic design needs.
Joseph at Access Not Denied – He created his blog to try to influence his readers to think differently about their dreams and ambitions. He firmly believe that one can succeed in life even after hardships (He has had a few) and can create a great life and hopefully can make their dreams come true.
Young and Thifty – These are a couple of guys in our mid-twenties that love learning and writing about personal finance. They realized early on what a difference a few personal finance basics can make in a person’s life, especially if they learn them at a young age. They think that their Generation had better get used to depending on their own skills and knowledge, because they likely won’t get much help from elsewhere.
See Debt Run – This site is a little unique in that both Michelle and Jefferson contribute regularly. They are both fully dedicated to the goal of getting and staying debt free, but each have our own unique perspective on the path that it takes to get there.
There are so many people out there that helped along the way, so I apologize if I did not send you a shout out. Thank you too for your help!