Author: Ms. FAF

A Landlord’s Worst Nightmare Comes True

A Landlord’s Worst Nightmare Comes True

Real estate investment is one area I have been itching to get into in the near future.  I’ve felt the urge to buy rental property ever since I was in college. That urge intensified after Mr. FAF and I bought our first home in DC […]

How To Save on Rent in Washington DC

How To Save on Rent in Washington DC

I moved to Washington DC almost four years ago for grad school and have been living in the area since. Before moving to the city, I had done some research on the cost of living in DC and worked like crazy to save up. But […]

My 1st Podcast – Behind The Scene Story & 4 Lessons

My 1st Podcast – Behind The Scene Story & 4 Lessons

As the story has it, I was recently featured on a podcast for income-seeking bloggers called Do You Even Blog with Pete (the podcast host) and Lily from The Frugal Gene. You can listen to it here: An inside look at 2 new bloggers who are […]

List of Asian Personal Finance Bloggers – Part 3

List of Asian Personal Finance Bloggers – Part 3

After receiving great feedback on the list of Asian personal finance bloggers 1 & 2, I decided to continue this series with part 3. My goal is to highlight the great work of Asian personal finance bloggers, especially those in North America (US and Canada) […]

When Marrying For Love (And Not Money) Just Isn’t Enough

When Marrying For Love (And Not Money) Just Isn’t Enough

Today we have a guest post from Stacy B. Miller. Stacy is a content editor at Oak View Law Group. Her articles are a beautiful union of her love for money and playing with words. After working as a content writer for 5 years, she […]

Food Expense Report – July 2017 – $511.93

Food Expense Report – July 2017 – $511.93

Welcome to another monthly food expense report at the FAF family! I am happy to announce that Mr. FAF successfully defended his dissertation in mid July and now has a new title: Dr. FAF (but I will still refer to him as Mr. FAF). He […]

Interview With Mr. FAF – Husband Of A Personal Finance Blogger

Interview With Mr. FAF – Husband Of A Personal Finance Blogger

Four months after starting Frugal Asian Finance, I asked Mr. FAF to sit down with me for an interview. I invited the readers to submit questions for Mr. FAF and received overwhelmingly positive feedback. Thank you all so much for your support! I asked Mr. […]

July 2017 Blog Traffic Report (4th Month) – 16,600 Views

July 2017 Blog Traffic Report (4th Month) – 16,600 Views

Welcome to the 4th month blog traffic report at Frugal Asian Finance! I can’t believe the summer is almost half way over. While I wish I had joined more activities and had more fun, I’m also glad that I have been able to invest time […]

6 Unexpected Benefits Of Personal Finance Blogging

6 Unexpected Benefits Of Personal Finance Blogging

When I started Frugal Asian Finance on March 21, 2017, my main purpose was to start a side business by doing something I enjoy: writing about being frugal. I have written multiple posts about topics such as the role of frugality in my marriage, our […]

How Mr. FAF and I Handle Our Finances As A Couple

How Mr. FAF and I Handle Our Finances As A Couple

Some of my friends and family members have asked me how Mr. FAF and I handle our finances. I thought I’d discuss that today to see if there’s anything in common with you all. Dating When Mr. FAF and I started dating, we had somewhat […]