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5 Reasons Why I’m Not [really] a Personal Finance Blogger …
… And should NOT be your financial role model
This whole beginner blogging thing has been a struggle.
You start out all wide-eyed and pumped-up, like — “Oh, I have so much to say, just try and stop me! I’m going to slay the blogging world with all of my intense thoughts and fresh perspectives on things.”
You pick a topic to write about — and you’re all gung-ho, ready to make a difference.
But then something happens, maybe six months into it, and you hit the proverbial wall.
You begin to question yourself. Your writing skills, your creativity, your topic of choice, your motivation.
Been there, done that?
Well for me, that time is right now.
So let me just say what I’m experiencing is not quite blogger burnout. There’s no way I should even be close to that point — because I haven’t blogged nearly enough.
Before you burn out, you at least need to have a fire started.
A kindling, a spark, or at least a few smoke spirals.
Right now, what I have the most of are — questions.
Should I be blogging about personal finance?
What can I offer to other people, when I’m such a financial screw-up?