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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 […]

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

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

This post contains affiliate links. 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 […]

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 […]

List of Asian Personal Finance Bloggers – Part 2

List of Asian Personal Finance Bloggers – Part 2

Before publishing the List of Asian Personal Finance Bloggers – Part 1, I didn’t know what to expect. The post could be well received since it includes so many amazing Asian personal finance (PF) bloggers I’ve encountered over the past two years. However, I was also […]

June 2017 Blog Traffic (3rd Month) – 13,242 Views

June 2017 Blog Traffic (3rd Month) – 13,242 Views

Welcome to the 3rd blog traffic report! The 1st and 2nd month reports saw some great numbers that I had never expected prior to blogging even in my wildest dreams. If you missed those reports, make sure to check them out below: May 2017 Blog […]

List of Asian Personal Finance Bloggers – Part I

List of Asian Personal Finance Bloggers – Part I

When I started reading personal finance (PF) blogs, I was drawn into anything related to money savings that I could find. I got to know about a lot of bloggers and learned a ton from them. However, at one point, I realized most of the […]

3 Ways To Prepare For A Personal Finance Blog

3 Ways To Prepare For A Personal Finance Blog

After 12 years of internal conflict and through trial and error, I finally decided to launch Frugal Asian Finance. While I might have missed out on ample time and opportunity to grow my blog, I have also learned a ton from just reading other blogs […]

Which Blogging Style Are You?

Which Blogging Style Are You?

After reading various personal finance (PF) blogs for more than two years, I have noticed three distinct writing styles among bloggers. In this post, I will talk specifically about blogs owned and run by individual bloggers rather than commercial sites (i.e. The Penny Hoarder). These commercial […]

May 2017 Blog Traffic (2nd Month) – 11,014 Views

May 2017 Blog Traffic (2nd Month) – 11,014 Views

I can’t believe it’s been two months since I started blogging. With all the time I’ve dedicated to my blog (around 30 hours/week besides my 8-5 job) and how often I think about it, I feel like I’ve been blogging for half a year already. Blogging has affected […]

How Blogging Has Affected My Marriage

How Blogging Has Affected My Marriage

I started Frugal Asian Finance (FAF) on March 21, 2017 after 12 years of hesitation and self-doubt. I’ve been working on my blog every day early in the morning, late in the evenings, and on the weekends. I was surprised to get so much feedback […]

April 2017 Blog Traffic (1st Month) – 5,572 Views

April 2017 Blog Traffic (1st Month) – 5,572 Views

After 12 years of trial and error, I finally started a public blog where I document my frugal journal to financial freedom. I wrote a post about my first official month of blogging (Mar 21-Apr 21) and what it was like. Inspired by other blogs’ […]

One Month Into Blogging – What’s It Like?

One Month Into Blogging – What’s It Like?

It’s been one month after I took the dive into blogging on March 21, 2017. I started Frugal Asian Finance after 12 years of hesitation, fear, and debate. I was afraid I’d lose momentum, that I’d run out of things to talk about, or that I’d be […]