Happy New Year!! Thank you for visiting and your continued readership of FrugalNYC!
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2009 has been a roller coaster year for me and I'm sure for many of you as well. Much of that ride has been rocky and unexpected. Looking forward to 2010, I hope to accomplish much more and find better direction for many aspects of my life. I'm still contemplating on what roads to take going forward. As for FrugalNYC as a blog, I'm looking to include more of you readers in my posts.
As a wrap-up of 2009, here are the top 10 visited blog posts of 2009 for FrugalNYC.
- 10 Free Places To Visit In NYC Today
- 10 Free Things To Do In Queens
- 10 Free Blackberry Games
- Governor's Island
- Interesting Twitters
- Free Games That Children Play
- Frugal Entenmanns Baked Goods
- Facts Of New York City You May Not Know
- FrugalNYC Broadway Ticket Giveaway
Many of you voiced your opinion on Giveaways, I will be very happy to do more of them. In order to do more, I also need to grow the readership and participation. That is why I have decided to include your voices in future posts. I'll be doing reader interviews, getting more opinions from fellow bloggers and looking for more bloggers who would like to do guest posts on FrugalNYC.
I want to thank all our sponsors for the giveaways on FrugalNYC in 2009, this includes UPrinting.com, Metropolitan Opera, Season Of Savings, ZulaWorld.com, Workman Press and H&R Block. Also a big thank you to all our partners who link to us and help us in many ways. They include The405Club, many great folks on Twitter, Craig of BudgetPulse, Hennie, Chris of Lifestyle Project, Jay Frawley (are you still around?), I can go on for a long time. I will thank each one of you individually!
Most of all, I want to thank my family and YOU! Please continue to help spread the word about FrugalNYC, especially if you like the content or find it helpful. Tell your best friend, your co-workers, fellow bloggers, your neighbors or anyone else who you think would find this blog helpful. If you would like to get involved or help FrugalNYC, send me a tweet, dm, or email!
Looking forward to speaking to you all.
-Qi , Blogger - FrugalNYC
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