2019: The 20somethingfinance Year in Review

2019 – what a year.




I’m sure that there was some good stuff that happened. Maybe? However, as I searched far and wide to find it so that I could highlight it here, I came across a lot of really depressing news highlights that made me want to burrow under a weighted blanket with a puppy, a warm drink, the glow of Christmas lights, and just binge watch holiday comedies for a week or two. So I’m going to spare you the torture, and simply share the photo that I think best encapsulates the mood (and hope) of much of the planet right now…

20somethingfinance highlights

OK, Boomer.

20somethingfinance is celebrating its 12th anniversary this week. The site saw a record-breaking 6 million visits and an all-time high in subscribers and social followers this year. I freshened up the look of the site (thank you for noticing), sped up the server, and 54 published posts were added to the archives this year (mostly new, with a few major re-writes worked in). I will be giving a self-assessment of 2019 and set some goals for 2020 within the next week.

As a note to newcomers, this site is still an independent, 1-person show and has been since day 1 (with the support of wonderful friends, family, subscribers, and readers/commenters, of course!). All of the articles here are written by me – no ghost writers, no fillers, no guest blogger pandering, no sponsored post garbage, etc. I write about the stuff that I find interesting and think most of us can benefit from knowing. Hopefully, some of it resonates, inspires, entertains, and/or educates.

As always, feedback is welcome. What has stuck with you? What influenced positive change? Are there any particular topics that you’d like me to explore, re-explore, or dig deeper on? Please share your feedback and requests in the comment section.

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  1. Brandon

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