New Year, New Blog


Welcome, one and all. I have started this blog because I like helping people, and have noticed that a lot of my friends aren’t sure what to do about their finances. Worse, a lot of people (myself included) have bad habits that are wasting money.

Since I graduated from college, I’ve been reading a lot of self-improvement books, articles, and blogs (current favorites: 43 Folders and Steve Pavlina.com). I may post a list at some point, but I think it’s more helpful to just immerse yourself in as many different sources as you can.

If you’re curious about exactly what I’ve been reading, you can check out my del.icio.us account (start with toread and read).

So far I’ve run across many interesting ideas, and I’ve implemented a few of them. As I continue my voracious reading, I’ll blog about the ideas I find, and my successes (or failures) implementing them. I’m going to try to post a minimum of once a week; if I have spare time I’ll post more.
In my next entry, I’ll talk about something I read early on, the 60% solution, and later I’ll discuss a book I bought last week, The Automatic Millionaire (yeah, sounds lame, but it actually wasn’t that bad!).

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