Last week we discussed broke personal finance bloggers and we received some pretty interesting comments. I really love this community and the readers that take the time to leave their thoughts. Thanks to everyone that reads this site and joins in on the discussion.
I wanted to highlight a few of these comments from last week…
Bridget chimed in with:
“I have student loans, but I also have financial assets and live a pretty spendy life. I just started my career (I haven’t even been working for a year yet!) so I think it will be interesting to look back at my financial growth as my income continues to increase.”
“Personally, I’d much rather read about getting out of debt from someone who has actually done it versus someone who has never been in debt. I’m not sure why that’s so mind-boggling. Just like if I’m going to read an article about painting my bathroom, I want to read one written by someone who has literally painted a bathroom, not someone who bought a house that already had a perfectly painted bathroom.”
I recommend checking out Why Personal Finance Blogs Became a Cliché @ My Broken Coin
Oh and I’m doing something cool: I’m Calling You Out (and offering free money).
The Carnival of Personal Finance was hosted by yours truly. I wrote about the olympic sports that I would be good at. I realize now that I may have missed a few. Watch out 2016!
The Best of Money carnival is apparently on hiatus. I could’ve saved myself some time if I knew this before I actually submitted articles to an empty email.
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