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Best of Money Blogs 2010: Vote for Million Dollar Journey!

Over the past few years, The Globe and Mail has held a voting event for the coveted title of the Best of Money Blogs. This year, Million Dollar Journey again has the honour of being nominated.  The competition has been kind to us as we’ve reached the top 3 in all years that we’ve been nominated.

If you enjoy following this blog as much as I enjoy writing for it, I would be honoured and appreciative if you could give Million Dollar Journey a vote.  As it stands right now, we could really use the help and every vote counts!

How do you vote? Simply click on the link below and scroll to the very bottom where you will see a list of blogs.  Pick your favorites and submit (should only take 10 seconds).  Thanks in advance for your support.

Vote for Million Dollar Journey







11 Comments, Comment or Ping

  1. Congrats on the nomination and all the best!

  2. Voted! Keep up the good work Frugal!

  3. 3. James

    count me in. thanks good luck

  4. 4. Squawkfox

    You got one of my three votes. ;)
    I think 4P and SF got the other two. ;)

  5. 5. Lorne M.

    I am you irregular reader, I like that you don’t pretend to be the world’s foremost finance expert (usual problem with money blogs…). You have my vote.

    P.S. What about removing those terribly ugly ‘Get ripped!’ ‘Don’t bleach!’ ‘Lose 15 pounds!” adverts? Does it really pay to spoil the layout with such ridiculous images?

  6. 6. Marissa

    I have really enjoyed reading your blogs and you have just gotten my vote!

  7. Hi Lorne, MDJ gets third party ads. Basically, I sign up with a company, and they serve the ads. I have, however, contacted my account manager in an attempt to remove the ads you described.

  8. 8. Future Money-Bags

    First time voting, and you have always been at the top of my list. You are the only personal Finance blog that I have actually gone through the entire archives more than once! And your regular commentor are amazing at giving good advice and discussion as well.

    Keep up the good work FT!!
    You will definitely land in top 3 spot again, but I think top 2 this time ;)

  9. Thanks for the kind words Future Money Bags!

  10. 10. Ice cream on a stick

    Done. You are doing great so far! Prelim Congrats :)

  11. Second place, in the personal finance blog category, is still pretty damn good!! Congrats Frugal and keep up the great work!!

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