Best of 2008

Even though I just started this blog on October 10th it has seen a lot of visitors. Over 8,000 to be exact. With almost double the pageviews. The most commented posts are on the left side under popular posts, but here are some posts that got a lot of hits and not so many comments…

  1. 101 Ways to Strengthen Your Friendships
  2. Knowledge is not Wisdom
  3. Reflecting on Your Life

The only one I can really take credit for is #3. The first one included a lot of input from my friends. The second one was a guest post by Kent over at the Financial Philosopher. I am proud to say it has been the most successful guest post to date. The third one was written from the heart…

I would love for you to read all three of them if you can. But if you only have time for one please read “Reflecting on Your Life”. This is perfect reading for the New Year. Reflect on the past before you go about making New Year’s Resolutions!

Happy New Year Everyone! Here is to a more wonderful 2009!

Cheers,

Jeremy

Originally posted 2009-01-01 19:40:13. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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The newest way to lose weight…

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When all else fails… Don’t YOU fail…

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Why Progress At All?

After this whole long series on progression, I am starting to wonder, why should you progress at all? Why not just stay right where you are at? Isn’t it comfortable there? Do you even want more? Is it even worth progressing? Ah, there’s the rub… progressing requires an economic cost. After all this time I […]

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