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How To Produce Massive Content For Your Personal Finance Blog

How To Produce Massive Content For Your Personal Finance Blog

After publishing my October 2017 blog traffic report, I got a lot of questions about how I managed to have 48 posts prepared for 4.5 months ahead of schedule. I am not a time management expert. And I still struggle to keep up my productivity […]

How To Get Over A (Personal Finance) Blogger Burnout

How To Get Over A (Personal Finance) Blogger Burnout

On Wednesday, October 25, 2017, seven months after launching Frugal Asian Finance, I officially got burned out from blogging. Over the past seven months, I have been blogging every day for at least 3 hours a day whether it’s weekdays or weekends. The only two […]

How I Went From 0 To 31,104 Views/mo In 7 Months

How I Went From 0 To 31,104 Views/mo In 7 Months

Welcome to my 7th month blog traffic report! I can’t believe it’s been more than half a year since I started Frugal Asian Finance. Blogging is now such an important part of my life that I can’t imagine waking up one day without it. After […]

5 Things I Stopped Doing Thanks To My Personal Finance Blog

5 Things I Stopped Doing Thanks To My Personal Finance Blog

After launching Frugal Asian Finance, I have realized 6 unexpected benefits of blogging (i.e. new friends, becoming savvy about social media). There have also been many downsides to blogging that are not always openly discussed (i.e. insecurity, competition). Today I will discuss the five things […]

Why I Don’t Follow Commercial Personal Finance Blogs

Why I Don’t Follow Commercial Personal Finance Blogs

The party with unknown faces Have you ever walked into a room full of people you don’t know? And although they may be talking about exciting and thought-provoking topics, you just can’t seem to relate because you don’t know who they are. You’re just yearning […]

The Glorious Life Of A Personal Finance Blogger

The Glorious Life Of A Personal Finance Blogger

A couple of months ago, I wrote a post about what my typical day looked like when I was living by myself in DC. After Mr. FAF got his degree and Baby FAF came back from China, my schedule has changed quite a bit. Some […]

When Love Doesn’t Make Financial Sense

When Love Doesn’t Make Financial Sense

I have a guest post titled “When Love Doesn’t Make Financial Sense” featured on Bobby Hoyt’s┬áMillennial Money Man, a great personal finance blog for millennials. In this post, I share the story of how Mr. FAF and I met and overcame the challenges of our […]

Sep 2017 Blog Traffic Report (6th Month)- 26,737 Views

Sep 2017 Blog Traffic Report (6th Month)- 26,737 Views

This post contains affiliate links. Welcome to my 6th month blog traffic report! It’s still surreal to me that it’s been six months since I started Frugal Asian Finance. Half a year has gone by. Where did time go? I still remember starting the blog […]

3 Frugal Bloggers Turned Millionaires Overnight

3 Frugal Bloggers Turned Millionaires Overnight

Have you ever pictured yourself starting out something as a hobby and later finding yourself in a millionaire status thanks to that hobby? After starting my personal finance (PF) blog, Frugal Asian Finance, I found that there are a lot of PF bloggers who started […]

How This Family Slashed Their Mortgage Payment By $700/month

How This Family Slashed Their Mortgage Payment By $700/month

Mr. FAF and I bought our first home in early 2016. We went from being long-time renters to home owners over night. Though excited, we were also aware of the huge mortgage that we had gotten ourselves into to make one of our biggest dreams […]

5 Downsides of Personal Finance Blogging

5 Downsides of Personal Finance Blogging

Blogging about personal finance has opened a whole new world to me. That’s the world I used to read about but never dared to be a part of until five months ago. The wonders I enjoy writing about all the frugal and not so frugal […]

List of Asian Personal Finance Bloggers – Part 4

List of Asian Personal Finance Bloggers – Part 4

After publishing part 3 of the List of Asian Personal Finance Bloggers, I was blown away by your unwavering support and feedback. Many of you expressed an interest in seeing an addition to the series, and I’ve been happy to keep growing the list over […]