So you might wondering what the financial blog is about. Since this is the inaugural post, let’s get into more detail about that.
I’ve been through some serious financial turmoil in the past. At the time I was going through those difficult moments, it was extremely overwhelming. What I didn’t realize at that time is that I would come out of it all much wiser and resilient than I could’ve ever imagined.
Even though I never want to go through that again, I can truthfully say that I’m happy I did. Not because I’m a gluten for punishment, but because:
- I can now put the wisdom I gained to good use. Hence, the conception of refresh financially as the result.
- Inform people on ways to build wealth from scratch with very little money to start.
- Provide content covering a variety of financial topics.
- Mentor those who currently going through what I’ve already endured.
Putting a bad experience to good use so that others may benefit gives it value. And value is what I plan to provide to the readers of this blog.
I know for a fact that there are a lot people out there going through what I experienced and feeling what I felt. If you’re one of them, know that I can relate and plan to provide guidance on how to tough it out until things get better.
Know this though… things will get better, but might get worse before then. Please subscribe to the blog because I will be posting in the future about solutions that you may find beneficial.
Also, in the blog posts to come, I will be writing about not only those experiences, but ways for everyone to become better informed about financial issues and investment options for you to consider. I’m not the most astute financial person on the planet. In fact, I’m far from it. However, I do have enough financial acumen to mentor while still constantly striving towards higher aspirations.
If you’re just starting out and/or only have a small amount to put towards investing, you will benefit from this blog as well.
Because I’ve had to rebuild my wealth from scratch, and started out being able to invest with just a small amount. I discovered investment opportunities that don’t require very much to get started.
Did you know you can start investing for as little as $5 a month? Seriously, that’s not much, but it’s someplace to start if that’s all you can afford at the moment. Even someone on the strictest of budgets can commit to that. Then,as your financial situation improves and you have more money to invest, you can start designating more funds toward your wealth building goals.
Be sure to subscribe to the blog if you haven’t done so already because I’ll be putting up posts on how you can do that in the future.
Until next time… be sure to comment below and let’s get some dialogue going.