I figured I would change things up a little bit today, seeing as I had my 100th post on Wednesday. I’m not sure why, but milestones like that for my blog aren’t a huge deal to me. My 6 month blogoversary was back in November and I didn’t realize it until after the fact!
In any case, I likely wouldn’t be blogging if it weren’t for the amazing PF community. There are so many of you that have been commenting since the start and I truly appreciate it. Without an audience, I think blogging would be a bit harder!
Being grateful…to have “met” all of you!
I would like to thank all of you that make a regular appearance here:
A special shoutout to the newer commenters:
And as to try and not leave anyone out, the bloggers that continue to inspire me on a daily basis:
I’m sure I’m forgetting some people as there are just too many awesome individuals out there, but I should have everyone under my Blogroll! If you’re not there, definitely shoot me an email =).
I’m going to pay a small tribute to my parents here, because without the financial difficulties they experienced throughout my life, I don’t think I would be as financially responsible. I hate putting it that way, but if anything good can come from their debt, it’s that I learned some valuable lessons. I continue to be happy that their journey of semi-retirement brings them closer to freedom.
Last but not least, I want to thank those of you who may just read my blog. I’ve been a “lurker” many times in my life, and as an introvert, I understand that joining in on discussions isn’t for everyone. I am glad I started this little blog and jumped into the personal finance community, though.
Thank you ALL for your support, comments, shares, emails, etc. It means the world to me to know that you take the time out of your day to stop by and share your thoughts. I’ve learned so much from reading other blogs; I love hearing from people who have different views. What I really love is how personal finance really is, and reading about everyone’s journey, whether it’s to be debt-free, retired early, financially independent or self-employment. I hope you’ve enjoyed reading about mine so far!