I am very very excited about the slate of guest posts I have coming your way over the next month — I told you a while ago that I wanted to run one guest post per week, and someone must have spread the word on Twitter, because I got a pile of pitches.

It’ll be good to have a few other perspectives on this-here blog, right? Especially since I tend to have a particular sort of perspective…

AND ON THAT TOPIC

I JUST GOT MY VERY OWN CAL NEWPORT’S TIME BLOCK PLANNER

I want to review it soooon soooon soooon, but I haven’t even had time to open it yet, and today is going to be a little too busy to steal a few extra minutes for workday reading.

(must time-block when to read time-block planner)

(wow that’s meta)

(I originally typed that as “wow that’s meat”)

Before we move on to WHERE I GOT PUBLISHED THIS WEEK, I want to share a song with you. Listen all the way to the end, because Fred Rogers identifies the very problem I was discussing yesterday: there are times when we really do have to hurry up, and learning how to handle those deadline-centered moments is just as important as learning how to take our time with the rest of them.

Here comes a very very very lot of articles that got published last week….

Bankrate

Everything you need to know about balance transfer checks

This check allows you to borrow cash or credit from your credit line — but is it worth it?

Manage debt with a balance transfer card

A 0% balance transfer card can help you avoid high APR from an existing credit card balance.

How to maximize cash back with rotating bonus categories

Earn as much cash back as possible from your rotating bonus category credit cards.

Your guide to Visa Infinite Benefits

Learn more about Visa’s most exclusive consumer credit card benefits tier.

How does credit card interest work?

Here’s what you need to know about credit card interest.

Guide to credit card minimum payments

Learn why it’s a good idea to pay more than the minimum every month, if you can.

Can you use PayPal on Amazon?

Amazon may not accept PayPal, but there are still creative ways to pay.

Credit Cards Dot Com

Is the American Express Blue Business Cash Card the best business cash back card?

It has a solid rate of cash back, but it depends on where your business spends the most.

Make a Living Writing

Earn Money Writing: 4 Big Lessons from a $126K+ Freelancer

In 2020, I had my second six-figure year as a freelance writer, grossing $126,683 before business expenses and taxes.

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