April was a good month for Frugal Dad. We saw over 80,000 page views and increased subscribers to 727 by the end of April, up from 357 in March. Thanks to all new subscribers for signing up – glad to have you all here following along. My May 2008 goals include reaching 1,000 subscribers and topping 100,000 page views. Both of those milestones were on my six-month goal plan when I first started blogging and it would be a major accomplishment. Of course, I couldn’t meet any of these goals without your support – so to my readers, a big thank you!
Here is a Look at the Five Most Popular Articles at Frugal Dad from April:
- Language of the Perpetual Poor
- Do You Pay Your Kids an Allowance?
- How to Teach Compounding Interest to Kids
- Money Lessons Learned By Square Foot Gardening
- Buying a New Car to Save on Gas Mileage
Now, for the Roundup!
New Postal Rates are Coming, Should You Stockpile the Forever Stamp? I don’t know about stamps as an investment, but stockpiling a small supply may help offest future price increases for those that still send snail mail. (@Wise Bread)
The Five Ps: Breaking Down Big Dreams Into Little Steps. If this post doesn’t get you fired up you may need to check for a pulse! (@The Simple Dollar)
Be Wise With Your Economic Stimulus Tax Rebate. Lots of these economic stimulus articles floating around, but this one provides a very thorough summary and schedule, and includes great ideas for what to do with the money. (@My Super-Charged Life)