After a look at the archive of PFBlog.com, I just realized that it is almost a year since I started active blogging on personal finance topics. I originally started PFBlog to keep a good record of my personal finance practices, and I believe if I can blog long enough, it can be an interesting case study of how broad economic atmosphere can affect individual's day-to-day decisions and how one can educate himself to succeed in money issues.
With more readers coming, I now see PFBlog can also be a good forum for experience sharing and discussion. But as a single-author blog, PFBlog is limited in breadth and depth by my personal bandwidth. So, if you love this corner of the blogshpere, let me introduce you to some bloggers of the same genre:
Flexo's Consumerism Commentary has been around for more than a year. Despite a long lapse earlier this year, Flexo is back to active blogging. Like PFBlog, he is consistently posting his monthly progress (the latest one here).
This month, Murray started his blog "Capital Ideas" to share his personal finance journey. I especially like his ground-breaking post in which he stated financial success is not the end, but the means to gain the "freedom to pursue other options as they come up." Murray is right out of college. With close to $100,000 at the age of 22 he already built a huge lead against people of the same age.
Bruce also keeps a similar blog Simplify My Life starting in late August and it certainly offers another unique perspective.
All in all, we are in different life stages and with different background, so if you have time, you might want to absorb more personal finance observations from my fellow bloggers.