Okay, I’ve been a bad blogger these past few months.
School was a gauntlet. I wrote and printed a 207-page “group” Marketing Research project that I typed literally every word of, I had tons of exams and papers to write, and on top of working two jobs, it was too much. I hardly had time to eat two meals in a day, so my blog was the last thing on my mind.
This semester, things will be different (or at least I hope). My hardest classes are behind me, and I think I’ll have plenty of time to ensure that I can keep up to date with my blog and all the books I’ve been meaning to read.
So, what can you expect? In short, consistency. I plan to get back into my Debt Demolition series (big post coming soon to get everything back up-to-date), and I will go back to my normal schedule of posting once per week on Wednesday as soon as possible. In the mean time, make sure to check out some of my most popular posts over the last few years:
Also, I have noticed a ton of page growth and referrals for several of the apps I’ve reviewed on my website. I would like to send my sincerest thanks to anyone who has chosen to use one of my referral codes, share one of my posts, or interact with me on Twitter. I appreciate all of you so much, and I cannot wait to continue to bring you (hopefully) entertaining, useful and practical posts to help you in your financial journey.
Dylan – Founder of thecollegecapitalist