This fall, I plan to begin work on developing additional content packaged to sell here at Frugal Dad. Over time, I would like to transition out of certain types of advertising and limit ads here to my own products, and private advertising deals, exclusively.
I’ve written about a lot of topics over the last three years, so coming up with something to focus on – that might also have commercial appeal – is difficult. That’s where you can help.
What topics would you like to learn more about? Which topics do you think might be of interest to the casual first-time visitor here at Frugal Dad? Perhaps a get out of debt guide? Or maybe a kids and money themed activity book? Are there seasonal opportunities – graduation, Christmas, weddings, summer home preparation, etc? Thanks in advance for helping me brainstorm.
The Frugal Roundup
The Family That Saves Together. Trent’s family reminds me a lot of my own. I’ve always thought the best way to instill certain values in children is by modeling it for them on a day-to-day basis. (@The Simple Dollar)
What is Retirement? I used to think retirement was a gold watch and a big send-off. Now, I think it’s a big non-event. I suspect most of us will be transitioning from fully-employed to semi-retired to downright unemployed for much of our lives. (@Get Rich Slowly)
5 Ways The Recession Has Changed Consumerism In America. Hey, I never thought I would see all of the “warnings” on credit card statements either. (@ My Dollar Plan)
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