November 5, 2007, 7:00 am

October Monthly Top Ten

by: The Financial Blogger    Category: Monthly Top Ten
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I know I am a bit late with my top ten for this month, but I had to do a bit of research in order to compensate for the fact that I was off on a business trip for a little bit more than a week. So here is my Top 10 for the month of October:

#10 September Earnings and Traffic Report, Profits up 88% at Blain is definitely a ig inspiration for me as he was recently able to create a great source of income from his blog. In September, he made $930.66 and I can tell you that he reached over 1K for the month of October. While not being as evil as John Chow, he is one his way a good chunk of money out of the blogosphere.

#9 An Early Retirement update From QCash at I really wanted to pick up posts that inspire me. This one is definitely in line with my goal of retiring yound and healthy. After all, life must be lived not worked 😉

#8 How Spending Money Can Actually Save You Money at Sometimes, life is so simple that you can actually save money while spending. This is quite an interesting concept.

#7 Ten REasons you Should Quit Your Job at Hey! It seems that I am not the only one who thinks that quitting your job could be beneficial for you!

#6 Things I Learned From My Grandparents About Money, Part2 at Human beings tend to forget about history and their past. I guess we could learn a lot from other’s experience. Our grandpartents can definitely teach us some good stuff about “The Good Old Times”.

#5 Crossing Generations: Being Grateful For What We Have and Some Reflections On The Future (can the title be longer?) at This post is in the line with my #6 and tell you why we should be grateful to our parents and grandparents.

#4 The RESP Series by Another gem by FP; this guy knows how to get to the bottom of things. If you have children and you think about their future education, stop reading my blog (don’t you dare!) and go see his complete RESP series!

#3 Debunking 13 Retirement Myths Part1 at I just hate financial myths and cliché’s. It’s a good thing that I am not the only one!

#2 Personal Finance Lessons from the Poker Table at I love poker and I love personal finance. What a great deal to put both of them together!

#1 8 Lessons I Learned From The Cheapest Family In The Nation at We always think taht we need more and more money in order to meet our own and our family needs. Well, there is always a way to make it up with less money!

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As always, thank you very much for the mention!

Thanks for the kind words FB. I was afraid I was going to bore everyone to death with the RESP series.


by: The Financial Blogger | November 5th, 2007 (8:56 am)

FP, I must admit it is not the most exciting topic about personal finance 😉 but it is certainly one of the most important; our children’s education!

Thanks so much for the mention!

Thanks for including me in your list!

Thanks for the link!