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  1. A user, new to the blogging world, asked the following question:

    What are the numbered links in the comments section on your articles?

    The links are to articles whose owners thought my posts were relevant to their subjects or where posts are cross-referenced on Momma’s Money Matters (M3).

    If you share a link to one of my posts or to Momma’s Money Matters on your blog or website, you will get a link to the post in the comments section. M3 readers can visit your site to see what you have to say!

    Thank you for your question!

  2. James Parsons

     /  November 10, 2011

    I am glad to know that you do your research before you write these great articles. We as consumers appreciate the fact that there are people out there that really care about other people and helping them save money.I for one need all the money saving tips available, because I am a card holder. And as you well know a credit card can be anyone’s downfall. Thank you for the great article’s, and keep them coming.

    • The myth of the innocent credit card is one just beginning to be exposed. With just a little advice and encouragement, anyone can break the cycle of credit card debt. The added benefit of lower stress, more Vitamin C and added “walking around money” makes becoming debt-free a cause for celebration! Thank you for following!

  3. Loved the blog on marriage Mathematics. Not sure I figured out how to vote.

    • You did vote! Thank you for stopping by to cruise around and get to know the hangout. We are live three times a day. 0800, 1200 & 2000 EDT (GMT -5). Stop by anytime. Or smash the follow button for the personal invitations. They are fresh from the printer! Red.

  4. How do you mean what am I here to ask you? Well nothing actually but I am here to wish you a very happy and wickedly naughty Valentine’s Day, I am sure that Bear will have all the bases covered on that delightfully delicious day and wicked evening 🙂 😉

    Androgoth XXx

    • Thank you, Andro. I hope Valentine’s Day is sweet and wicked for you and Lady Jen. Judging from Bear’s wicked grin this afternoon, I feel as though he has a great surprise in store for me for the day. 😉

  5. Is something broke? When I click “Notify me of follow-up comments by email” I get yet another [subscribe] email asking me to confirm. Overkill? Or part of the territory?


    • Red

       /  March 11, 2012

      That is a WP hiccup saved for everyone who hates extra email. I will see if I can uncode it, but I am fairly certain I cannot. The message came from feedburner or WP?

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