Budget and Invest turns 1 today. I know it is Thanksgiving and I want you all to enjoy your time with family so I’ll make this short and sweet.
I was inspired to start this blog a year ago by the passing of my father, a man for who I had much respect. Although my father taught me many things, finances was something we rarely discussed. The subject wasn’t taboo or anything, just not something that was ever brought up in conversation. After he passed away, I started to see why. My family’s finances weren’t as well of as I personally would have liked to have seen for my mother. She didn’t have much say when it came to the family finances. Dad would always tell her that he has everything handled.
The older I get, the more I realize just how open people need to be with their finances with loved ones. I have also come to realize that the more one educates himself or herself on personal finances, the better off they’ll be. Books like Rich Dad Poor Dad, The Millionaire Next Door, and Simple Wealth, Inevitable Wealth have taught me more about personal finance than a lifetime of schooling ever has. That is why I share you with the knowledge I have gained and my personal stories. In hopes that all of my readers can achieve the same financial success that I hope to and will attain in the future.
Budget Smart, Invest Wise