I started this blog for the sole purpose of being able to help people make more informed decisions about their finances.
It’s been a wonderful journey with over 1,100 blog posts published and over 4 million people (closing in on 5 million) visiting this site.
Amazing for a guy who once knew nothing about blogging or how to start a website, huh?
I love running this blog. It’s hard for me to consider doing anything different.
As this blog has evolved, so has the maintenance of keeping the blog going. If you run a blog, you get it. If you don’t, let’s just say that there are hours and hours AND HOURS of work going on behind the scenes to keep this blog running.
Writing new content is just a fraction of all the time I spend managing this site. Wanting to put out more great content and help more people, I knew I had to bring on help. That help is Kevin Mulligan.
Kevin has been working behind the scenes with me on this blog for over a year. I just asked Kevin to become an official contributor and editor of this site. His duties will include providing content, managing the editorial calendar, and correcting all my typos. Pray for Kevin. He’s about to have A LOT on his hands.
What about my role? My goal is bringing on Kevin officially is so that I’ll have more time to do what I do best: put out solid content. I want more time to write, do videos, create courses, start a podcast and more. So much more! Don’t worry. I’m not going anywhere.
To kick off Kevin’s new role, I thought it would be good to give him a formal introduction. Here’s a quick Q&A with my new official contributor. Welcome Kevin…..
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