Time to Make Good on that Promise

If you’ve been following along with my blog from the very beginning, specifically in 2017, you’ll remember I wrote a post about the 27 Things I Learned before Turning 27. I was a comprehensive list of all my life lessons I had realized to that point in my life. During that post, I promised to go back and expand on each of the 27 things. Sadly, I never did.

So here I am! Almost two years later, ready to finally cash in on that promise. March is an important month for me. It’s always a time of year where my momentum picks up. I’m trying to “stay the course.” While others have turned a blind eye to their goals, I’m just getting started.

I was sitting and thinking about how we get out of life what we put in it. I’ll get out of this blog and this community what I put in it. And I promised content that would inspire you in your walk to self-discovery – in finance, yes. But also in the pursuit of your passions. In the art of simply discovering yourself.

Let’s just say, my focus is beginning to shift. It’s not just about money and debt. It’s the reasons behind how we earn money, how we spend it and why we spend it that way that truly matter. Money isn’t our source. It’s simply a resource. How we spend money is directly related to how we live our lives and what matters most to us.

I’ve created this platform to dig deep. That’s what we’re going to do!

The point of this series is to keep my word and do what I said I would do, before I call myself moving on to something better, AMEN?

As I write each of these posts, I’ll link them back here. I hope you enjoy! And feel free to get involved with me. Comment with some of the lessons you’ve learned that you carry with you everyday.

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