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Whoa! I definitely have a feeling of achievement when I think that I reached this milestone. When I first started blogging back in November 2006, I was doing it on and off, about 1 or 2 posts a week without expecting anything. While I am still far away from my personal goals, I can see that my blog is getting bigger every day. Back in May, I decided to fully go into it and blog seriously. I have committed to myself to blog on a steady basis. So this is where I am, laptop on my knees, sitting in a bus, having people looking over my shoulder all the time, typing, typing, typing.
Since then, I have had the opportunity to meet with great people. I have had the chance of being interviewed by The Globe and Mail about social lending, debate on the Smith Manoeuvre with Canadian Capitalist and Four Pillars and become a guest writer with the Debt Swap Strategy for Milliondollarjourney.com.
While Milliondollarjourney and Canadiancapitalist are par of my favourite blogs, I also discover many others through my blogging adventure. Four pillars, Financial Jungle, Candian Dream, Lazymanandmoney and Mr. Cheap are definitely part of my morning routine. Thanks to you all as you surely are bringing new and refreshing thoughts on the world of personal finance.
I am not blogging only because I love finance but also to improve my English writing skills. I am pretty sure that I draw up smiles on your face by using inappropriate words or with analogy that does not necessarily make sense. However, you can be sure of one thing, I am trying my best to improve my writing and become more fluent in this language that was almost unknown to me 5 years ago.
I am sure that my fellow bloggers remembered their 100th post, it kinds of outline the work you did for a while. I must admit that my biggest reward for blogging is the opportunity to read your comments and your emails. I thank you for being there, somewhere in a Starbucks, on your computer at home while having breakfast and reading what I have to say about finance. I just can wait to cheers for my 1000th post now!
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