I Love You…Like A Blogger!

Welcome to my new roundup series here on Enemy of Debt. For almost a year now, I have been looking for a great name for sharing the vast amount of awesome personal finance articles floating around out there. I have finally done it.

People like to say, “I love you…like a brother”, so I thought it would be perfect to say, “I Love You…Like A Blogger”. Bloggers have a unique relationship with each other that at times, to me, seems stronger than even some of my closest relationships. Most of us have never even met each other, yet we are like a big family, and often go out of our way to help each other out. I have seen so many acts of kindness and love in the Endless Blog Circuit, it’s one of the many reasons I love blogging so much.  It’s really nice having “virtual” friends that you know you can count on when the time comes. So I just wanted to let all of you know I LOVE YOU, even if only like a blogger!!

Along with my readers, my fellow bloggers inspire me to continue to spread the debt free message! This post specifically is a list of bloggers who helped me spread the word about my Manage Your Money Challenge. I am very excited about this upcoming challenge so I appreciate very much that these bloggers were so helpful in spreading the good word. This was an experiment worth trying. THANK YOU!!

The March 2010 “Manage Your Money” Challenge: Featuring Pocketsmith – Sign Up Post

Manage Your Money Pre-Challenge Post: On Paper On Purpose

Seriously, I LOVE YOU…like a blogger!

A Very Special Thanks Goes Out To The Sponsors

Sponsors: Without all of you, this challenge would not be nearly as fun! Thanks for giving us some great prizes!!

Readers: Without all of you, I probably would still be delivering pizza, and in debt, due to a lack of motivation, because it is you who inspire me to continue. Thanks for the great response so far on what has become my baby! If you can send this tweet to the AWESOME SPONSORS thanking them for sponsoring and offering such awesome prizes, that would be stupendous!

Tweet: Thanks for sponsoring @enemyofdebt’s Manage Your Money Challenge, and thanks for the super awesome prizes! http://su.pr/1xE0i2

If you have a second please follow them on Twitter.

Pocketsmith – (@kaedron)
Bucksome Boomer – (@bucksome)
Budgets Are Sexy – (@BudgetsAreSexy)
Engaged Marriage – (@EngagedMarriage)
Make Mine Happen – (@thegirlburgan)
Cost Refuge – (@CostRefuge)
Dave Ramsey – (@RamseyShow) Lampo Group
PayOffDebt.com

My “Love You Like A Blogger” A-List

Bucksome Boomer4 Steps to Successful Gift Giving

Budgets Are SexyThe Budgets Are Sexy V.I.P. Newsletter (RSS)

Climbing OutDon’t Mind the Smoke, It’s Just the $2,000 in My Pocket Burning (RSS)

Debt Free HispanicDebt Free Dave Ramsey Scream (RSS)

Deliver Away DebtHow to Create Sinking Funds (RSS)

Dinks FinanceFinal Tips from The Tax Lady (RSS)

Divine & Debt FreeBeing Gazelle Vs Family Trips What Would You Do (RSS)

Engaged MarriageReader’s Response: What Is An Extraordinary Marriage? (RSS)

Financial SamuraiHow To Get Your Super Motivated Boyfriend To Marry You (RSS)

Fiscal GeekHow to Budget Like an Olympian (RSS)

Free From BrokeEating Healthy on a Budget (RSS)

Frugal DadThe Art Of Saying No (RSS)

Life GemsMoney Help: Become a Financially Free Couple (RSS)

No More SpendingOur Zero Based Budget (RSS)

One Extraordinary MarriageSex: Quantity vs Quality (RSS)

Out Of Our RutNew Car or Used Car – Which is the Better Deal? (RSS)

Rainy-Day SaverDon’t Wait Until It’s Too Late To Cut Back Spending (RSS)

Redeeming Riches10 Money-Saving Tips to Help You Stash $10,000! (RSS)

Stumble Forward – The Timeshares Only Scam (RSS)

Sustainable Family FinancesGoal #2 – Let’s Talk Money Honey

The Centsible Life - Independently Wealthy Women: a 6 week course on smart money management for women (RSS)

The Marry Blogger – I am Response-Able (RSS)

The Wisdom Journal8 Reasons I’m NOT Investing In Gold (RSS)

Well-Heeled BlogOld Cars: Unsung Heroes of Personal Finance (RSS)

You Have More Than You ThinkWhat Effect Does the Government Have on Your Money? (RSS)

P.S. Trying to track down every post that linked to my challenge was a challenge in itself. It was worth every minute, and I want you all to know that I am grateful for our friendship! If I have failed to mention you, and you should be on this list, PLEASE let me know. Thanks  again!

Love you like a blogger,

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  1. Thanks Brad for the mention here. I hope your Manage Your Money Challenge is a great success.

  2. Craig says:

    Awesome roundup, thanks!

  3. Way to go Brad! Keep up the good work, always happy to help.

  4. Nice! Thanks for the shoutout!
    I love the title.
    And please, you think I'm "letting" you write a guest post-it's just a ploy to lessen my work load!

  5. Great title Brad – kudos! Thanks for the link & mention!!

  6. Good work putting together your challenge, and that makes me feel great that you are a better person because of the blogging community. Hooray!

    Best, Sam

  7. Forest says:

    Cool name, some awesome links too, I follow many of the blogs you mentioned.

    Thanks,
    Forest.
    http://frugalzeitgeist.com

  8. J. Money says:

    Love this bro-blogger! :)

  9. What a cool name!! Us black folks like to say " I Iove you like a play cousin" lol This is totally great and thank you for the shout out, I give Jesus all the credit!!

  10. ctreit says:

    Great title! I agree with you that it is pretty cool to be part of the blogging community.

  11. Rock on, my friend! This is excellent, but I hope your future installments are a bit shorter for your sake. It must have taken you days to put all these links together. :)

  12. AutodellJet says:

    i very much adore your own writing type, very useful.
    don’t give up and keep posting as a result it just truly worth to follow it.
    looking forward to see additional of your own content pieces, enjoy your day ;)

  13. David Wilson says:

    Very good advice. A lot of people still don’t realize that by making small, simple changes in their habits, it will affect their financial status in the end.

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