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The Weekly Personal Finance Digest – The Move Edition

Where are you going Grayson?  Well, I am not moving, but Debt Roundup did.  After the hosting debacle at the beginning of this month, I decided to move Debt Roundup and  my company website to another web host.  I am glad that I did.  I moved to Big Scoots (weird name, but great service) and I have been really happy.  I have only been live for 2 days, but my load times are up and their support is phenomenal.  I am so happy that I switched.  If you are looking for an awesome web host, I will now recommend Big Scoots.

For those of you that have never been a part of a web hosting move or server migration, it can be a little scary.  Luckily, those little scoots at Big Scoots took care of most of it for me.  I did have to make sure to back up all of my data before the move, but I do that anyway.  I also had some time where my website was being hosting by two different providers while my name servers were updated.  I won’t get into all of the technical jargon, but it can sometimes take up to 24 hours.  I am still making sure everything is going Ok, so if you see something, please let me know.

Big Day Tomorrow

Monday is going to be a big day for Debt Roundup. I don’t want to give away the surprise, but make sure to come back because there should be two surprises for everyone. I hope to see you here.

This Week’s Reads on Debt Roundup

There were some great articles produced by myself and some of my guest writers this week.  I really enjoyed them and I hope you did or will.  Take some time to check them out and then give some feedback in the comment section.  I love hearing what you have to say.

Top Personal Finance Articles

Here are my favorite personal finance articles from this week.  Take some time to check them out and show them some love!

Shout Outs

Here is my opportunity to thank all of you who have shared my articles with your readers.  I truly appreciate your support, so thank you!

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About Grayson Bell

I am an average Joe, who built up over $50,000 worth of credit card debt and had to learn how to break it back down. It took 4 years of learning budgets, secrets, and many other personal finance tricks in order to cut the debt to $0. Now, I push to teach others not only how to get out of debt, but how to use credit wisely and how to start growing their wealth. You can view my other site, Sprout Wealth for ways to grow your money. I am also a freelance personal finance writer who provides staff writing and ghost writing services.

17 comments

  1. Excited for the big day! Why I love Mondays for the blogosphere. Always seems to be lots of exciting stuff happening then.

    Best,

    Sam

  2. Congratulations on the successful migration. I plan to stop by tomorrow to check out the surprise.
    James Molet (SavvyJames) recently posted..Fascinating DocumentariesMy Profile

  3. The suspense is killing me. Thanks for the mention.
    Kim@Eyesonthedollar recently posted..20/20 Posts of the Week-A Crash and a RecoveryMy Profile

  4. Well, I already know what one of them is, so I am looking forward to seeing the other one. :) Glad the migration went well. I am so glad I moved to them as well, the speed is great and the service is awesome.
    John S @ Frugal Rules recently posted..Shout Out Saturday #31My Profile

  5. Big Scoots looks nice, thanks for the recommendation Grayson.
    FI Pilgrim recently posted..Smaller House, Larger Life!My Profile

  6. Congrats on a successful move. I can imagine it being a terrifying experience.
    Michael | The Student Loan Sherpa recently posted..Celebrating Six Months with the Student Loan SherpaMy Profile

  7. Sounds like it will be an exciting day for you. I’ll be back to check it out. Thanks for mentioning my article.
    Brian @ Luke1428 recently posted..Life Have You Spinning in a Hamster Wheel? You Can Still BenefitMy Profile

  8. I’m here, I’m waiting.. suspense is killing me too… I’ll go get the popcorn and another coffee!! :)
    Canadian Budget Binder recently posted..Reader Question: Ways money can kill the spark in a relationshipMy Profile

  9. hmmm… I am excited to see it… See you on Monday
    Dividend investing Martin recently posted..Personal Finance Tips for Young StudentsMy Profile

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