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.
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!).