Where Are the DIY Product Posts – Stacy Answered

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Where are all the homemade posts?

DFA reader Stacy asked:

I can’t find the “homemade” section to learn how to make homemade dishwasher detergent. I love the homemade laundry detergent I learned how to make from your site. Is all of that still on here w/ the new look?

How can I find the “homemade” stuff on here?

Personal finance vs. homemade DIY natural info

Hi Stacy!

Thanks for reaching out and thank you so much for all the encouragement you gave in your recent comment.  I absolutely love writing about personal finance, love writing about the Lord, and love helping people navigate the waters of modern personal finance.

I actually moved all my homemade posts to a different domain to make it easier for everyone to find, and to separate the two differing topics of homemade DIY Natural products and personal finance.  I know that it seems that they go together, but regarding Internet search traffic, advertising, and reader navigation… it makes more sense to move them to their own location.  The new domain is diyNatural.com

Thank you for bringing this up and reminding me to update everyone!

What do you think?

Are you happy that I separated the topics to make it easier to navigate each?

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1 Peter

that should be pretty cool to have all the DIY stuff on it’s own domain. We look forward to more “make your own” type posts!

2 Personal Finance Student

The shift was a really good idea indeed. Especially for new readers as there are already a lot of new posts.

3 Matt Jabs

Cool, glad you find it helpful. 🙂

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