HomerandomBooya for blogging...

Booya for blogging…

If you’re one of my few faithful and loyal readers, I’m sure you’re aware that I may not be the most financially educated individual. I won’t be writing a personal finance book anytime soon. Basically I’m just trying to say writing about super complicated financial jargon is not my cup of tea (and by tea I mean beer).

Don’t get me wrong. I love me some finance and I definitely take time to read the “not so exciting” news reports and study up on finance terms, but I realize that some people just want the basics. I’m trying to appeal to the masses and not everyone is gonna care that the formula for compounding interest is…

But I’ bet EVERYONE cares about the fact that compound interest will make you stupendeliciously rich (that’s right I combined the word stupendous and delicious). Like my about me  section says, my goal is to make personal finance less boring. How the heck am I suppose to do that when the PF world has terms like, Adjusted exercise price, Deferred Profit Sharing Plan, and financeaphobia…okay I made that last word up.

So what’s the best plan of action for my fellow debt punchers? Check out my site each day. Read what I write. Respond to my articles in the comments section, and if you want to know more on a certain topic like Roth IRAs or credit card debt, try finding the information you want on the net. There are a whole slew of finance blogs out there and they should have all the nitty gritty details you might be looking for. I’m a big fan of independence and I want my readers to be motivated by my postings, but then to take on the responsibility to be proactive in their financial reincarnation. I’m gonna do my best to juggle the balance between being relevant and being freaking awesome. So to try and keep it awesome I’ll leave ya with some finance jokes…

I’m so broke that I just went into McDonald’s and put an order of small frys on layaway.

I’m so broke, I go to KFC and lick other peoples fingers.

I’m so broke, If I stopped on a dime, I’d probably owe it to someone.



  1. So Ninja,

    I see one day you’d like to be ‘stupendeliciously’ rich, nice word by the way 🙂 You also have an action plan to make it happen. How much do you consider is enough? And once you make your Bill Gates like fortune do you just plan to retire early, or you got something else in mind?

  2. Josh- Dude great comment. I’m totally inspired to write a blog post about what I want out of retirement. Check back on friday for a detailed response to your question. Thanks for inspiring me dude! Take it easy bro.

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