It has been a good week for us here at Pecuniarities and I am really excited about some new changes. Here they be (yes, I have been watching Pirates of the Caribbean – the first one – one of Madoline’s and my favorite movies.)
Welcome MSN Smart Spending Readers
While checking my web stats last night and pleasantly surprised to find that Joan Melcher from MSN Money’s Smart Spending Blog did a feature on my post on Free e-Book, Audiobook, Video & Music Download and Online Resources From Your Local Library.
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Pecuniarities Makes WiseBread Top 100 Finance Blogs
WiseBread recently came out with a Top 100 Finance Blogs list and Pecuniarities was included! On the first day, we were ranked around 50 (I can’t remember the exact figure), but unfortunately other great blogs have since eked their way in and we are now in the 70’s. But we are still very excited to be part of this list and will do our utmost to ensure we stay on it and improve our ranking.
Pecuniarities Joins Frugal Focus
If you’re an avid frugal living blog reader, you may already have heard of FrugalFocus, “a passionate group of people bringing together the very best content on Frugal Living and celebrating living well on a budget.” I am pleased to announce that Pecuniarities has been accepted to join this great group of frugal enthusiasts.
Consumer Safety Resources from the Government to Help Protect You From Scams and Frauds
In case you haven’t yet seen it, be sure to check out my list of consumer safety resources which I spent all last week compiling. It’s not what one would call pleasure reading, but it is important imformation on how to recognize, avoid, report and recover from scams and frauds should you ever need it.
Please bookmark it for future reference and share it with your friends and family. After all it is National Consumer Protection Week, which must exist for a reason.