Possible Site Downtime

For a long time, Paradoxdruid.com has been hosted by Domainmonger, but now that I’m actually planning out a budget, I’ll probably be switching to I successfully switched to DreamHost within the month. If budgeting excites you, read on!
I recently purchased Quicken to help me with actually setting and following a budget, once I realized how *cough* limited my current means are. Quick list of expenses: rent, car insurance, gas, electricity, groceries, internet, telephone, cell phone, webhosting, online games, dining out, miscellaneous cash, and putting some money into savings. Quick list of income: grad student pittance. Uh-oh. 😉

So I’m starting to budget and cut back on unnecessary purchases. Being able to save $20 a month be switching hosts (and hell, the new host offers more services) will help… Every $20 I can pocket helps. Makes me wonder about City of Heroes…

One Response to “Possible Site Downtime”

I *think* it just copied over successfully… Only time will tell, eh?

Paradoxdruid - April 12th, 2005 at 9:17 pm

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