Growing, Expanding, Caring

I started this blog not long ago, not for any particular reason, except to expound my beliefs about finance. In the grand scheme of things, I’m nobody. I’m just a guy, with a blog, and a couple of dollars in the stock market. I play around, I succeed, I fail, I write. I’m vulgar, and sometimes borderline offensive, but I’m honest.

And I care.

I care about you, your finances, your life. I want to hear about it, I want to know how you’re doing, how you’re succeeding, how you’re failing. I want to know what you’ve tried, what you haven’t, because I want to see us all succeed. Personal finance is not a zero-sum game. I fully believe we can all see growth, and I think that growth will cause balance, and in that balance we will find happiness.

And apparently there are a couple of you out there that believe the same things, or at least enjoy my vulgarity enough to come back and read the blog from time to time. And to you, I say thank you. Thank you for sticking around, and listening, while I write the shit I write, and try to only make a little bit of a fool of myself.

You’ll notice the URL has changed. I decided to use some of the money from my tax return this year to pay for a URL for the site, so it could grow, mature, just like we have. With the expansion of my eBook listings, and the direction I’ve decided to take the site, I’m realizing that it’s becoming more than my personal dumping ground of ideas, so I’m going to make it more than it was.

You’ve inspired me, oh digital reader. And inspiration is good.

Now here’s a cow.

Moo, bitches...

Moo, bitches…

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