May 2009 – Best of Fiscal Fizzle

May was my fourth full month of personal finance blogging. It’s been a fantastic journey so far, and thanks to you, my loyal readers, I can honestly say I’ve learned quite a bit while sharing my own thoughts with you.

If you are a recent new reader, or you missed a few of the best posts from May, here’s your chance to catch up. Enjoy!

Most Viewed in May

The top five reader favorites over the last month (by number of total views) were:

My Favorites

In addition to the list above, a couple of favorites stood out for me this month:

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2 thoughts on “May 2009 – Best of Fiscal Fizzle

  1. I liked the post about staying positive in a bad economy and especially the point about tuning out the bad news. I do that all the time. Ignorance is truly bliss.

    1. I recently read Peaks and Valleys by Spencer Johnson, the author of Who Moved My Cheese? I would recommend it to anyone struggling through this economy and lost for ways to stay positive.

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