Seven Links and the Best of Money Spruce

I’m off on a 2 week vaca, so enjoy these classic posts while I’m off enjoying some time away from my computer 🙂

Most Beautiful Post

This was the toughest to choose, since I don’t use think of my posts as “beautiful.” I’m going to go back in the time machine and choose this post on personal investments. I really believe in the importance of taking time and spending money if it improves my life now.

Most Popular Post

My post on cutting down your iPhone bill has been the most popular, in terms of page views at least.

Most Controversial Post

I think my post on why credit cards will always cost more was the one that drew some strong disagreement. But I still stand by my opinion, and I think there are studies to back up my argument, too.

Most Helpful Post

My post on finding ways to learn money-making skills online for free has a lot of great resources for doing just that.

A Post with Surprising Success

My post about what to do if you can’t find the job you want (especially after college) got a good amount of attention.

A Post I Feel Didn’t Get the Attention it Deserved

I really liked this post I wrote about renting instead of buying. It was pretty early in the days of Money Spruce, so it wasn’t noticed by too many people.

The Post I’m Most Proud Of

I’d say one of my most recent posts about how I’m going to leave my job and do freelance work while being location independent. I’m really excited to do this, and I feel truly committed now that I’ve made up my mind and put it out there.


  1. Hunter @ Financially Consumed says

    Thanks for sharing these links Jeff. It’s a challenging task putting a post like this together. I just read 7 Links over at Wealth Informatics. Suba has also enjoyed some success with an iPhone article…very interesting.

  2. All excellent posts in a very short span of time!  

    The iPhone post is quite intriguing!   

  3. I hope you don’t mind, but I linked to your post about learning skills for free online.  It’s a great list & I wanted to share it with my readers. 

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