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Devotional reading list for the week

Some weekly reporting

This last week was probably the best overall week for traffic and visitors to date, I averaged over 100 unique visitors per day (at least according to my StatPress tool).  I really do appreciate all the great comments and interaction that you all have been partaking in, and if there is anything you’d like to see, or feedback in general, I’d love to hear them.  As for this weekend, I’m adding some more folks to my blogroll, and hoping to get my social media and RSS a bit more prominently displayed.  Speaking of which, are you following me on twitter?  What about Google+?  If you’re not, I’d appreciate if you would!  Go ahead, I’ll wait.  OK then, on to other stuff.

The reading and link list

There were a lot of great posts and articles this last week.  Some of my favorite that I think you’d enjoy too are below:

As I don’t want the list getting too out of control, I’ll wrap it up there.  Thanks again for a great week.  Take a look at the great articles above, and have a fantastic remainder to your weekend.

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7 Responses to Weekend Links and Devotional Readings

  1. Thanks for the mention. Have a great weekend!

  2. Money Infant says:

    Thanks for pointing people to my bucket list!

  3. krantcents says:

    Thanks for the links, I really appreciate it.

  4. Your blog is doing exceptionally well. Here’s to a week of us being able to stay awake :-) BTW – Thanks for include!

  5. […] Karl at Cult of Money listed Choosing an Amex Card in his weekly devotional readings. […]

  6. WorkSaveLive says:

    Thanks for the mention! I hope you had a great weekend!

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