Ask me anything

By glblguy

Asking a question
Photo by: Mark Warner

One of the things I’ve enjoyed reading on other blogs is a set of posts where the owner of a particular blog answers questions from their readers. Shoemoney did this recently and I enjoyed reading the responses and Trent from the Simple Dollar answers a reader question every Monday. I’ve decided to do something similar as I thought it might be even more fun to read and answer your questions!

I’ve actually been wanting to do something like this for a while, but didn’t feel like I had enough readers or traffic. My hope is that this will provide you with an opportunity to get to a little more about each other. Who knows, maybe some of the questions will turn into full blow articles.

If you have a question, please send it in via my contact page. Once I get a reasonable number of questions I’ll put a post out answering them. With that being said I feel like I need to set a few rules:

  • I have to the right to decline to answer a question. Remember, I blog anonymously, so I won’t answer any questions that might giveaway my identity. Trust me, I have nothing to hide, I just don’t want to lose my job or have to stop posting on Gather Little by Little due to a conflict of interest issue with my employer.
  • Any inappropriate questions will be deleted. I would sincerely hope I don’t get any of these, but it is the internet after all…
  • I promise to answer questions with sincere and honest answers to the best of my ability. If I don’t know the answer, I’ll tell you.
  • Questions don’t have to be personal finance related, feel free to ask me questions about myself, my kids, parenting, computers, this blog…whatever. Feel free to even ask a question about your personal finance situation.

So, here’s your chance. Ever wondering anything about me? Ever wanted to ask a question but just didn’t? Now is your chance. I really look forward to answering your questions!

Remember, submit your questions through my contact form.

5 Responses (including trackbacks) to “Ask me anything”

  1. jim Says:

    Cool idea, I’ll start it off (unless someone else has a comment in moderation or something), how have your finances changed/improved since you started blogging about them and do you attribute the change in part to the blogging?

  2. Pete @ Says:

    sent my question to your email!

  3. PT Says:

    just submitted my question…

  4. David Carter Says:

    lol What is the meaning of life? You don’t have to answer that, but if you think you have a good answer I would love to hear it. You said ask you anything.

  5. glblguy Says:

    Awesome, thanks for all the great questions…although I think answering them might be a little harder than I expected!

    Keep them coming!