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From personal finance to lifestyle.

I broke my blog two months ago. I’ve done that before. There’s the time where I switched from a free blog to paid, then the time I forgot to pay my hosting fees. The time where I had a bad plugin…  this time I did actually end up losing about 190 posts of over a year old that were originally published here. I might have a backup still somewhere to retrieve stuff.. If I knew how. I’m not exactly familiar with databases and well, anything deeper than the basic wordpress interface. I was a bit disappointed about it at first but then I realized I can’t possibly hold on to every thing, every word I’ve ever written, forever. It’s all right. I’m still here and I will continue to blog.


My first two years of blogging I concerned myself almost solely with financial things. I set goals, made some incredible progress in turning my own finances around, wrote about them and wrote other articles on finance – almost all of which are now gone. The past two years my blogging has gone from purely finance to covering more lifestyle topics. Some floaty and more philosophical stuff and a lot more on travel. It shows how people slowly change and evolve as time passes.

Change, change is good, right?


3 Responses to “From personal finance to lifestyle.”

  1. I know what you mean. My blog has totally evolved too. I guess you can say that it’s becoming more you.

    Posted by Peter | May 21, 2014, 10:37
  2. Change is totally okay, and things happen whether we like it or not. That might even include our own interests and perspectives changing. Better to roll with it and adapt than be stuck in the past! So yes, I agree that change can be good.

    Posted by Tie the Money Knot | May 23, 2014, 01:03
  3. Inspiring story there. What happened after? Take care!

    Posted by Kirk | June 27, 2014, 18:08

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