The Big 100: Reflections on the Journey

Hero

I launched FinanceSuperhero in April 2016 to help others save money, get out of debt, earn more money, and live the best life possible. Send me an e-mail or a comment if I can help you in your journey. Thanks for reading!

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  1. Congrats hero! I have been at this almost 6 months and only have half the posts you have 🙂 It’s a great accomplishment for someone as busy as you are! Keep up the great work!

  2. Congrats on the milestone! That’s a lot of posts in just seven months! Keep up the good work.

  3. Congratulations on the hundy, Hero!

    If you didn’t have those Superhero powers, you’d never be able to keep up with the workload…good thing you do!

    Cheers to the last and next 100.

  4. Congrats on another blogging milestone reached. FSH. The 100th blog birthday, and in such relatively short time too. It sounds like you are heaping up the ‘plate’ with work, other work, blogging and squeezing in family life too. If the blog slows down a bit as a result, there’s no shame in that. At the end of the day, while we are still doing this for fun. There’s no reason to stress about deadlines and I’m sure your readers would prefer well thought out posts less frequently to hastily scribbled ramblings just to make a self-imposed quota. Take time out as required and ensure that you spend the time on what matters most. If the next 100 posts takes a little longer, we won’t hold it against you 🙂

  5. Congratulations! 100 posts is a great accomplishment.

    And I can definitely relate to the challenges of keeping a blog going. I too suffer from periods of less activity than I would prefer due to all the other things going on. But in the end, as long as you keep coming back, I think it’s a success.

    Great job and I can’t wait to read the next 100 posts!

  6. First. Congrats on post 100. As for finance as a mathematical or psychological pursuit, the actual answer I think you will find is both. Though rare there are those people that can separate their feelings and emotions from their actions. More power to them. For the rest of us though we need to adjust. That’s the personal aspect of personal finance, there is no one size fits all solution because each person assigns different values to aspects of their life. Wishing you another 100 posts.

  7. Keep up the good work – it’s amazing you’ve been able to keep it going this long with your day job and evening job both pulling at you! I do find it sort of therapeutic myself. It’s sort of an online journal, which makes blogging seem like less of a chore than it could be. It is tough to keep up the commitment, but so far it has been worth it for me as well.

    Enjoy the long holiday weeekend!

  8. Congratulations on the 100 posts.

    Emotions in investing/personal finance is a great topic, and totally under explored if you ask me. Fact of the matter is, most of the challenge in FIRE isn’t how difficult it is – its how hard it is to match your emotions with the steps that are required. Its bloody hard to deny yourself things when everybody else is rewarding themselves!

    Looking forward to the next 100 posts!

  9. Congratulations – best wishes on your next 100!

  10. Congrats on hitting your 100th post. I definitely know what it’s like to be in the “flow” when time ceases to move and what feels like 5 minutes has been 5 hours.

    I too enjoy blogging while it doesn’t pull in much money I still really enjoy doing it and enjoy the creative outlet it provides.

    Keep up the awesome work and I look forward to the 200th post.

  11. Congrats on the 1st 100. I just found this place, I’ll be looking forward to the next 100 and many more!

  12. Congratulations on the 100th ‘Super Post’. Wishing you much success for the next 100!!!

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