I’ve gone and made some friends. Through writing here I’ve discovered that blogging is not a lone activity but rather a big blogospheric conversation. We read articles. We comment on posts. We participate in conversations. We link to both tasty and unsavory ideas. We meet people. It’s all funeroodle fun.
So through my interwebing travels I’ve met some fine fellow bloggers and together we’ve created a little group called the Personal Finance Network.
The Personal Finance Network is a group of six friendly blogs. We plan to share some ideas, do some group writing projects, and work together to create some top notch articles pertaining to personal finance. I’m pretty darn excited meeting new people so I’d like to introduce you to the Personal Finance Network:
- Blunt Money: I’m going to be blunt. The world of personal finance blogging tends to be a big sausage party. Lots of guys, not many gals. So it’s fun to meet fabulous female bloggers like Ms.Blunt at Blunt Money. Ms. Blunt is a remarried mom with over 15K in credit card debt. She’s been “divorced, employed, unemployed, self employed, and underemployed.” She has an interesting story to tell and is well worth the follow.
- Canadian Capitalist: Looking for a Canadian blogger? Look North and you’ll find the Canadian Capitalist. The Canadian Capitalist lives in my former home town of Ottawa, Ontario (the nation’s capital). He is a married father of twin boys and is debt-free save his small mortgage. He’s been blogging since 2004. I’ve been a reader of his for several years now.
- Clever Dude: The Clever Dude is a late 20-something fellow from Washington, D.C. He’s married and working hard to pay down all sorts of debt. He’s been blogging since June 2006. His site is pretty clever with lots of content written in a clear voice. He writes primarily on family, marriage, finances, and life. Dooooode!
- MoneyNing: A son of immigrant parents, MoneyNing has followed his parents lead and has worked hard to become well educated and knowledgeable in matters of personal finance. His story of immigrating to Canada and then moving to Southern California is eye opening as he’s spent many years apart from his family. Be sure to follow him as he finds his way to financial independence.
- Quest For Four Pillars: I’m fond of the fine fellows at Quest For Four Pillars. This blog is run by two fellow Canadians going by the names Mr. Cheap and Mike. Mr. Cheap is a 30-something single fellow studying for his PhD in computer stuff. He’s on the prowl for a lovely lady so if you’re looking for a date, be sure to drop him a line. Mike is a married father of two. He describes himself as a “repeat baby maker” (which totally cracked me up). These guys write mostly on Canadian matters but do cover American angles for good measure.
- Squawkfox (me): You probably know about me already. I’m a little weird, somewhat wacky, but mostly a warm and friendly personal finance blogger. I’m shy in person but not intimidated to blog what I really think when it comes to money and frugal living. I believe personal finance is sexy, delicious, and fun and always do my best when writing for you.
Keep your browsers loaded and your eyes peeled for the Personal Finance Network’s upcoming stories and group writing projects!
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