Hello! Thanks for coming by, whether you’re a regular reader, lurker, or first-time visitor here.
The blog is a little over 6 months old now, and has been a fun ride thus far. There have been posts on money and relationships, including those involving marriage, dating, in-laws, and friends. Additionally, there have been a number of personal finance posts covering topics such as career, investing, and saving.
At this point, I’m certainly looking to keep up the focus of the blog, as mentioned above, just the same. Having said that , I’d also like to branch out here a bit, and add another component: reader stories.
By a reader story, I mean a post discussing a reader’s own financial situation. This might entail asking for advice on an issue with money and relationships, or simply sharing a story to vent Or, it could involve asking a more general money question for the group. In any event, I think that it would be interesting and worthwhile for people to get questions answered from readers and the personal finance blogging community as well.
We’ll see how this goes, now that I’ve called this out. If you’d like to participate, please go to the submit your story page. Thanks!
Favorites from the Personal Finance Blogosphere
Here are some posts from the last week or so that have caught my eye, that I’d like to share with you. Enjoy!
How Far Would You Go For Family, at So Over This (by the way, this an excellent example of the type of issue that would be great for the Reader Story concept I mentioned above)
Discipline: An Attribute of Millionaires That You Need to Succeed, at Bible Money Matters
The Pros and Cons of Online Dating: What if She’s a Man, Baby?, at Financial Samurai
Life Changing Advice-Part 1, at First Gen American
How to Deal With a Difficult Coworker, at Add Vodka
How to Live Life Well and Avoid Deathbed Regrets, at Family Money Values
Opportunity Cost: Do You Pick up Change, at Edward Antrobus
Are You a Tightwad, a Spendthrift, or Unconflicted, at Evolving Personal Finance
Combining Finances: Holly’s Perspective, at Club Thrifty
Living at Home – The Parent’s Perspective, at Master the Art of Saving