It’s true – Social media is an experiment in the thoughtless removal of money from our own wallets. Admit it, you’ve seen some piece of junk that one of your friends or followers bought, promptly took a picture of and plastered up on their social media account – and you wanted it too. You freaking wanted it because, well, … Continue reading What if everyone stopped paying attention to others?
As you can see from the Archives page, I started this blog back in November of 2014 without really knowing how far I wanted to take the blog, nor if people would actually pay attention to what I write. After several exciting months of involvement in personal finance blogging, it turns out that people are. Recently, I got my
150th 200th follower on Twitter. Cue applause.
From an overall statistics perspective, the blog also enjoys several thousand page views a month (which equates to a couple hundred “uniques”, otherwise known as unique visitors whose visit to my blog, regardless of how many pages are accessed, is only counted once). Continue reading “150 Twitter followers? Cool, thanks guys!”