What Would You Do With Darwin’s Money?

December 6, 2010

As always, Matt Cutts had an interesting blog post where he asked readers to weigh in on: What Would You Do If You Were CEO of Google.  While my blog is a mere pimple on the butt of Google’s empire, I thought it would be both entertaining and insightful to ask the same question of […]

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Have You Checked Out the Currency Blog from American Express?

November 14, 2010

I’m really enjoying both participating in and reading posts from my favorite bloggers at the recently launched Currency blog from American Express.  It’s the only thing like it that I know of, whereby they’re featuring fresh content from probably 2 dozen top personal finance bloggers. While I’m humbled to be part of the group, it’s […]

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Darwin’s Writing for American Express Currency – Here’s Why

October 22, 2010

I’m very excited to be part of a great community of top bloggers in Personal Finance and Money that you’ll surely recognize at the American Express Currency Blog (see my post published today).  Some of my Favs that contribute there include Financial Samurai, MoneyNing, Adam Baker, Budgets are Sexy and many more top bloggers I […]

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Economics of Blogging 2: How I Make Money Online

October 5, 2010

People seemed to enjoy my first and only foray into the “how to make money blogging” genre when I outlined the real economics of blogging – not as glamorous as is often portrayed when someone’s trying to sell you an affiliate product to get you started, but it has worked out for me, so it […]

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The Economics of Blogging – 5 Figure Side Job or Waste of Time?

August 9, 2010

Economics of Blogging is poorly understood by people who haven’t tried it, and even those who have.  To date, I’ve been hesitant to delve into blogging topics since this I usually stick to personal finance and investing topics.  However, given the reality that blogging does actually bring in a fairly sizable side income for me […]

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Setting Goals and Changing My Life – Metrics, Systems, Motivation, Execution

July 26, 2010

As I’ve waded through life, I’ve often taken a toned down approach to goals and lived by the mantra “everything in moderation” and overall, things have worked out well for me.  But they could be always be better.  While I’m a goal-setter and metrics hawk at work, I don’t follow the same rigor in my […]

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