About six months ago I stumbled upon the OpenRaid.com website where you can register your WOW Toons and then sign up for cross realm Raids, or achievement runs that people set up on the site. When you're accepted for attendance for the raid you will receive a confirmation email and a few minutes before the raid starts you will get an in-game invite, and off you go. It's a great way to get into some of the larger 25 player raids or older content to pick up achievements and titles you might be missing. I've used it three times and my experiences have been good. Everyone involved in these cross-realm raids are professional and well mannered and the raids went smoothly. I recommend that you check it out and try it a few times. I have gotten achievements through OpenRaid that I probably would never have achieved without it.
Believe it or not; today I passed the 500,000 Gold mark! I didn't think i was going to make it because i was starting to loose interest in my gold making efforts. It just seemed that I wasn't making as much on my Glyphs sales and Transmog items as I had a few months ago. I was also focusing more time on leveling toons and gearing my main than working the AH as I had in the past. Also spent quite a bit of gold on mats for making Darkmoon cards for the trinkets for three toons and paying for fast flying for all three in Pandaria. I've been stuck around the 450,000 to 475,000 Gold mark for months and thought i had hit my gold making wall.
I also almost spent 100,000 gold on a mount a few days ago, but thankfully someone else bought while i was struggling with myself about spending that much gold and setting myself so far back. It takes a long time to make 100,000 Gold, lol. If i had bought that mount and set myself that far back, i'm afraid I probably would have given up gold making and just spent the all the rest of the gold I've made. I'm glad that didn't happen because I finally reached the elusive 500,000 gold mark and have set my sights for 600 K with a renewed motivation to succeed.
Retired Army NCO, Logistics Manager, and Habitual World of Warcraft Player.