Who would have thought the fiftieth post anniversary would come so soon? It’s been a great blog ride so far. Here are the best of from the first fifty posts:
The most popular post by far has been a history lesson on the U.S. Revolutionary War and some lessons that can help make better borrowers today. The Minutemen faced their challenges head on and became better soldiers. Borrowers today can face their credit challenges and grab victory too.
My favorite post is about my love of hiking. I tied that to borrowing and other financial decisions. Your financial boots will be worn by someone else when you are done walking this earth. What kind of legacy will you leave behind?
I love dogs so I really liked writing my post about a famous movie dog and what she can teach us about sacrificing future happiness to satisfy today’s wants.
Being a former soldier I put my personal experience into my post about Roman Gladiators and how that history can help prevent the five classic borrowing mistakes.
My wife and I have done several marriage studies so I shared what I learned about how you can improve your relationship with your banker.
My love of animals surfaced again as I researched what causes animals to wander aimlessly through the woods and how borrowers can avoid following their own rabbit trails.
If you are a business owner you will enjoy my post on borrowing decisions that can crash your business. Are you making these classic borrowing mistakes that usually end up in a wreck?
Thanks to those that have subscribed to my posts. I value your readership. Please keep coming back.
Which borrowing topics would you like to see in this blog?
- 5 Lessons from U.S. Revolutionary War History that can Make Better Borrowers (proborrower.wordpress.com)
- Borrowing from the Bank of Dad and Mom is Easy Money and Hard Knocks (proborrower.wordpress.com)
- Five Things your Parents Wish you Knew about Borrowing Money From Them (proborrower.wordpress.com)
- Five Reasons Your Borrowing will Crash Your Small Business (proborrower.wordpress.com)