I’m baaaack!

I am so glad to be writing on the blog once again. It’s been a long journey to get back to Every Single Dollar and I am beyond thrilled to be bringing personal finance content to you once again. My previous post detailed the cause of my absence and I am happy to report that I have been able to get my health back on track. I am looking forward to what will happen in 2018 and the years ahead with this blog. I am excited to have this second chance to really make Every Single Dollar everything I had hoped and envisioned it to become.

So how will Every Single Dollar change? What can you expect from the blog in the coming months?

  • Content that is practical and applicable to your day-to-day life. Most of my posts up until now have been surrounding my philosophies and approach to money. That’s great as a baseline and to set expectations of how the blog will address money topics. But I also know that you, the readers, need more practical information and actionable takeaways to make changes in your personal finances. You will definitely begin to see posts that will address many of the financial issues that you struggle with day-to-day and offer advice and solutions to those dilemmas.
  • Content that addresses unique issues. What I have discovered is that there are some financial issues that I came across this past year that have hardly been written about. My goal is to share my personal experiences with these topics and offer insight as to how they can be approached. My hope is that by sharing my personal experiences, others will feel that they are not alone when coming across these financial crossroads and have a trusted resource (aka Every Single Dollar) to turn to.
  • Consistent and frequent posting. One of the weaknesses that I have struggle with Every Single Dollar is being consistent in blog posting and not posting frequently enough. In fact, I have blog post readers who are looking for MORE content from Every Single Dollar. And I plan to deliver. For now, I will be posting once a week on Tuesdays. My future goal is to post at least twice a week while delivering a high level of quality content.
  • FUN! Personal finance and fun? Why, yes! I think personal finance has gotten a bad rap as being a dry and boring topic. One of my focuses this year is to make personal finance less intimidating and more approachable and even FUN! Anyone who knows me knows that I like to have fun in everything I do – just ask my former accounting students. When you teach a four-hour accounting night class, you have to teach a little differently in order to keep people’s attention. That’s what I hope to do with Every Single Dollar.

To all my loyal readers – thanks for hanging in with me! Your unwavering support means the world to me!

To all my new readers – hang on to your hats! It’s going to be an amazing ride!