DDSW Commenter Love: Meet-n-Greet #1

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I just want to give a big “Thank You!”, to all the great peeps who stop by here from time to time to read my ramblings and who have left positive and uplifting comments.

I thought you might like to get to know each other.  There are a lot of you, so in order to avoid eyeball overload, I’ll break this up into a handful of manageable lists.  I’ve included a sample post to help you get a flavor for each. Happy reading!

 

1. The American Debt Project

http://www.americandebtproject.com/2012/02/want-to-get-out-of-debt-top-ten-posts-that-changed-my-views-on-money-debt-and-my-life/

Want to follow the path of someone who climbed out of nearly $40,000 of debt?  Take a look.

 

2. So Over This

http://www.sooverthis.com/getting-out-of-debt-is-like-using-a-public-restroom/

http://www.sooverthis.com/unsent-letters-paypal-edition/

Andrea has really great personal posts about her own money struggles, and her rant letters are classic. I’ve added a bonus rant post here. Enjoy!

 

3. Girlseule

http://girlseule.wordpress.com/2014/03/01/i-think-the-universe-sends-me-these-guys-just-so-i-have-something-to-blog-about/

If you are interested in reading more about a single woman’s travels and adventures in the jungles of online and off-line dating, give this blog a look.

 

4. Living Stingy

http://livingstingy.blogspot.com/2009/01/job-trap.html

http://livingstingy.blogspot.com/2010/10/living-stingy-principles.html

Robert’s site is a treasure trove of insight about everything from personal finance to social ills to politics from a fresh perspective. It’s like getting hit over the head with 2X4 of common sense.  Of course, you may not agree with everything he writes, but he will make you think.

 

5.  Travel is My Jam

http://amychesser.wordpress.com/2014/04/22/kuala-lumpur-the-new-weekend-getaway/

http://amychesser.wordpress.com/2014/04/16/plane-etiquette/

Two words:  Soooooooooo   jealous!

And because I like rant/FYI posts, I’ve added a bonus post in which Amy writes about what people need to know when traveling by plane.

 

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That’s a lot of great reading, so I’ll stop there.

Don’t forget to come back to DDSW and catch up on any old posts you may have missed here!

Didn’t see your blog?  Look for future installments of DDSW Commenter Love.

 

And a shout out to the following DDSW commenters.  Thanks for your well wishes! Keep coming back and let us know how you’re doing.

  • Sparksaninterest
  • Quincy Jones
  • Amy
  • Teresa C
  • James
  • Kay
  • Diana
  • Sarah W
  • Tabby
  • Candice
  • Birdlybird

6 comments

  1. Andrea · June 29, 2014

    Awww, thanks for the mention! I actually sold my blog about a year ago so I could focus on my business, but I really enjoyed that trip down memory lane. 🙂

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    • doubledebtsinglewoman · June 30, 2014

      Oh wow, time flies. Best of luck with your company, Andrea.
      I’ll miss your thoughtful posts and great rants.

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  2. Sarah W · July 2, 2014

    Thanks for the shout out! I really enjoy reading your updates and hearing about the progress. Keep it up! =)

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  3. amychesser · July 6, 2014

    Thanks so much! would like to say I do enjoy your posts, always entertaining 🙂 and ranting is the best therapy, I imagine it helps people to live longer

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  4. Robert Platt Bell · March 1, 2015

    ” It’s like getting hit over the head with 2X4 of common sense.” That made me laugh.

    Some readers complain that it is just like getting hit over the head with 2X4, period.

    Since starting the blog, I have gone from being a half-million in debt (no kidding) to debt-free. No student loans, no car loans, no mortgage, no credit cards. It did mean giving up a lot of “things” I thought I “had to have” and re-thinking my life. But now I can afford to retire and we spend a few months every year in our tiny camper, exploring American. Beats working!

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    • doubledebtsinglewoman · March 17, 2015

      Ha! Thanks for stopping by. I enjoy reading your blog. Congrats on the financial turn around. I’m slowly working on creating one of my own. When I’m in my late 50’s or 60’s, I’d like to work (contracting or self-employed) only 6 months of the year and travel the rest of the time. That sounds wonderful to me.

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