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New Posts at FMF

Posted: 09 May 2016 02:05 AM PDT

Here's something that FMF fans might be interested in...

As many of you know, I have started a new website. On that site, I post more in-depth articles. They are longer than what was usually posted on FMF and generally much more detailed. I like the format as it makes the pieces more thoughtful IMO.

That said, I do miss a few things about the "here's a quick quote and my top three thoughts" sort of posts that were the majority of what was on FMF. And as I'm looking at posts and ideas for the new site, I'm finding more and more articles that I simply want to make a quick comment on -- not write an entire piece about. I'm also seeing other articles that I'd just like to point to and say "check this out -- I liked it." But neither of these sorts of posts will work on the new site.

So...I'm going to start posting the short stuff on FMF. They will be concise, more opinion pieces or even simply links to great articles I've found elsewhere. For now I'll just do it once a week on Mondays and we'll see how it goes from there.

So with that said, here are a few posts I found interesting:

  • Side Hustle (FAIL): Becoming a Sperm Donor -- I laugh out loud just about every time I read Budgets are Sexy. J. Money just has such a different take on money (and life) than I do that I find his voice refreshing. And this post in particular was both humorous as well as informative (what a process these donors have to go through!)
  • Blogging For A Living: How Much Can You Really Make Online? -- Financial Samurai is currently my favorite blog to read for my personal education. Sam and I are at similar wealth levels. He's ahead of me, but just enough I can learn and apply what he has to say to what I'm doing. This post is a great insight into how a person can build a blog from $0 to $175k per year in four years (which I'm certainly up for). :)
  • Real Estate Crowdfunding Experiment #1: Patch of Land Final Update -- This piece interested me because I'm thinking of investing in RE Crowdfunding myself, so it's good to hear about someone else's experience. It's really not that much different than P2P lending as you're not investing in real estate but simply making a loan. The difference is that this is a loan for an investment and you have some collateral versus a loan to consolidate credit, buy a car, etc. I'll be watching this industry and may jump in to see how well it performs for me.

That's it for now. Hope you enjoy!


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