Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure for more info.
It’s been almost four months since I started Frugal Asian Finance. I never thought that I would get to where I am today.
Looking back at my 3rd month blog traffic report, I can’t help but feel so pleased with the progress and fortunate to have started this new endeavor of my life.
I hesitated to blog for 12 years partly because I feared that no one would read what I wrote or that I would run out of topics to write about.
Although four months is not a long time, it’s shown me that I made the right decision to start the site and stick with it.
I can’t count how many times I’ve smiled at your comments, laughed at your jokes, and sympathized with the stories you shared on my blog.
I truly feel like I’m talking directly with you about finance, life, goals, and the future. And I shared a lot of those moments with Mr. FAF.
Why I write about Mr. FAF on my blog
If you have followed my site for a while, you might have realized that I write about Mr. FAF quite often. There are three reasons for this. First, my finances are closely tied with Mr. FAF’s, so it is almost impossible for me to discuss my personal finance without mentioning him.
Second, as my husband, Mr. FAF is one of the few people who have seen what I’ve gone through, especially over the past four years. He’s the one who’s seen me smile in my happiest moments, stayed next to me during the birth of our son, stood by me in tough times, comforted me when I’m distressed, and also caused some of the biggest headaches in my life.
And most importantly, Mr. FAF is the father of my beloved son, Baby FAF. And for that, I want to reserve a special place on my blog to express my feelings for him.
Lastly, I think Mr. FAF secretly enjoys being in the spotlight. Mr. FAF is very shy, so whenever I tell him what the readers commented, he’ll just smile and suggest more ideas (related to him) for me to write about. If Mr. FAF weren’t comfortable with me talking about him on my blog, I probably wouldn’t write about him so much.
Preparing for an interview with Mr. FAF
Mr. FAF and I have been in a long-distance marriage for almost 4 years. We have gone through a lot of ups and downs during this time. However, we have overcome a lot of challenges to be together as a family. We even do weird things together as a couple to save money.
I think it’s about time you heard from Mr. FAF directly. Mr. FAF has agreed to sit down with me for an interview so that he can answer your questions.
Please feel free to submit any questions you might have in the comment section below. I talk quietly honestly and openly about our marriage and our frugal life, so don’t be reluctant to ask personal questions. If it’s too personal, I might not answer, but I’ll be sure to read what you have to say.
If you wonder what I’ve written about Mr. FAF, you can check the posts below.
We’re looking forward to hearing from you.
Ms. & Mr. FAF