All the Best for You

So in this Saturday Rap, where I give you my site updates and showcase the best on the web, I have a couple of links to everyone else’s best of 2008. There is plenty of good reading here to entertain and enlighten you for hours on end. Please enjoy!

  1. The Essential Zen Habits of 2008
  2. The Simple Dollar: Best of 2008
  3. The Best of Get Rich Slowly: 2008 Edition

Three is enough right? Especially considering these three pages have lots of links on them. So…

I’ve been thinking about the direction I want to take Insight Writer in…

Should it continue being what it is? How do you even define what it is right now?

Should I spin off seperate websites? For instance, make seperate personal finance and personal health blogs?

Should I keep posting what I am currently posting? Should I make it more interactive by making the posts shorter with provacative questions at the end? Or, should I post less and make longer more informative posts say once a week?


What do you think?

4 thoughts on “All the Best for You”

  1. Hi Jeremy- Like you, we were feeling spread across multiple niches, or better put: nicheless. Based upon nothing but gut instinct and kind affirmations in the comments, that is where we have decided to remain. Why not just throw your posts into one of those categories and keep on doing the same kind of marvelous work you’ve been doing all along? Happy New Year! ๐Ÿ˜€

    Betsy Wuebker’s last blog post..LOOKING AHEAD

  2. Jeremy, I asked myself the same questions about where I wanted to take my blog. I understand how Betsy feels about being nicheless – it’s the bane of general personal development blogs I suspect.

    For now I’ve decided to re-design my blog to look cleaner, add ads, and make fewer but longer detailed posts. But I’m still thinking about what I want to focus on going forward. Guess it’s the evolution path most new blogs take.

    I’m sure you’ll make a good decision for yourself. Whatever you decide to do, I’m sure you’ll do it well, judging from the great work you’ve done with this blog.

    Have a wonderful 2009!

    Joyful Days’s last blog post..Carnival of Personal Development Edition #3

  3. Jeremy:

    I often find it useful to first eliminate things you want to avoid rather than hyper-intentionally create something you want to pursue.

    As you may have already observed in your life thus far, we often discover who we are by learning who we are not…

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