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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 […]

Real Estate Scam, Overpriced Stock Seminar & Investment Lessons

Real Estate Scam, Overpriced Stock Seminar & Investment Lessons

Have ever found yourself in a real estate scam and questioned your passion as a result? I once went to a supposedly free seminar at a fancy hotel only to find that it was the intro to a series of expensive courses on real estate […]

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 Millennial 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 […]