Have you noticed the title of my blog is Punch Debt In The Face? Have you also noticed that I’ve been debt free for about 8 months now? Does this mean I’m no longer relevant? I’ve had a few people tell me I’ve lost my blogging appeal (whatever that means) as I no longer write about my student loan. You wanna know what I have to say to those people? You smell like fart.
Yes, I was in debt, but I kicked, screamed, and worked my way out of it for 2.5 years. I shouldn’t have to stay in debt to tell people how to get out if it. Should I? Maybe that’s my problem. Maybe I need to change my blogs name from Punch Debt In The Face, to Punch People That Have Debt In The Face. Thoughts?
All I do on this here blog is write about things that are important and relevant in both my personal and financial life. For two years, paying down debt was my goal. Last year, the majority of my posts focused on engagment shennanigans. This year, I presume most articles will be centered around marriage, career development, and SAVING A TON OF FREAKING MONEY.
If you want to come along for the journey, I’d love to have you, but I will never, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE, go back in to debt just to make a few of my readers feel like I’m relevant. Perhaps it’s time to start punching relevance in the face?
Have you felt like my blog has “lost touch” with its roots?
What topics, that I write about, do you find most interesting?
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