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The goal is to make TheMoneyMail.com a multi-author personal finance blog where we talk about various topics related to personal finance. We aim to take the site in the direction of Wisebread.com, GetRichSlowly.org or PTMoney.com. All these are sites that we look up to and take inspiration from. Currently we (Mark and Lucy) are a team of two who write and manage this blog.
We want to create a pool of useful and actionable information on personal finance whether it is related to investments, making better living choices, blogging, buying a house, selling a house, starting a business or any related topic. We have a very wide range of topics we can cover but there is one thing which is common in all our article – focus on quality of information.
I am a personal finance enthusiast and have been one for a long time. I love to read, write and talk about personal finance. I am also a bit of a productivity junkie and I think that is because I am lazy at the core, so increasing my productivity means I have to work less!
Lucy writes here from time to time but the site is mainly managed by me. Lucy likes to write on various topics like career management, savings and investing. She is however not bound by a category of articles and often writes about travel, work, meaning of life and anything under the sun.
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