I’m going to take you guys back to a time when I was doing some client work.
I was at the time working on becoming a somebody in the WP Dev community. I attached myself to a really awesome designer George Wiscombe, and started working on a theme he designed called Handgloves. I began by widgetizing it (which was just starting to catch on — that probably dates me a little) then added a couple of built in social media hooks. I emailed him and told him I was working on it, and he released my changes, and because he is an AWESOME dude, gave me a byline on it. Continue reading “That Time I Brought Down Millions of WordPress Sites”
A few people have asked me to discuss my product launches, and I have been hesitant to do it in a public light. Not because they aren’t good launches, but because most of my life was spent in industries I didn’t like, but was just really good at. In this post, I will talk about my first side project launch and my first product launch for a paying job, both couldn’t be more different in expectations or outcome. Continue reading “My First Product Launches”
This month was a little bit of a craphat in the savings world. The post Brexit bump led to a pretty flat month in August. I’m not going to go into a schpeal about savings, but if you haven’t read the July 2016 Report, read it now!
Something to note: July had 3 paychecks and August only had 2 (I am paid every 2 weeks). Now, onto August 2016! Continue reading “August Savings Report”
Disclaimer – I am not a licensed investor, nor do I know shit about investing. These are my personal, non professional opinions, and I’m 95% sure they are completely wrong. Never take any advice about investing from a web developer! Like seriously. You would deserve to lose all of your money if you did. Also, if you don’t have enough money to pay off your high interest debts you don’t have money to play in the stock market. Use your common sense, people.
Who ever said saving money wasn’t fun!?
I’m pretty sure almost everyone has, but that is because they haven’t made it a game.
For the last 6 months, I have been rounding up my spare change with Acorns, a robovesting app-first service that lets you chose your level of risk. On top of that, I have been putting $500 – 1000 away into a savings account and started cutting things out of our budget.
Starting today, I’m going to start documenting my adventures in Savings. Once a month, I will list how much money I have in my various accounts to help hold myself accountable to my family goals (retirement, buying a home, rainy day funds, etc.). Continue reading “Adventures in Savings”