Hello and welcome to plonkee money, where you’ll find personal finance food for thought. If you want sensible personal finance ideas so that you can get on with the rest of your more exciting life (especially if you’re British) you’ve come to just the right place.
I’m plonkee, I live in England and have absolutely no personal finance qualifications whatsoever, except a little personal experience. I love to write about personal finance, especially thinking about why I and others do things in a certain way – including those times when it’s not exactly the best way. I hope that you enjoy reading what I have to say. One of the comments on a post @ the simple dollar, by the way, is the nicest thing that anyone has said about me, and sums up the plonkee way:
She is single, British, financially capable and smart. Not in debt, I don’t think, and relatively young but her posts are always thoughtful and interesting. No posts about cloth nappies, dual income smugness such as honking on endlessly about ‘net worth’ down to the fact one’s spouse bought one a really swank house back in the day or other irrelevancies to scroll past, obviously.
If you like me, consider subscribing to my feed, visiting regularly and commenting on my posts. Whether you agree or disagree with me, I love to receive comments and emails and will do my utmost to respond as promptly as possible.
Otherwise, if you really want to know more about me, I’m in my late twenties and live in one of the English provincial cities, in a little terraced house that I bought. I have a day job that I really enjoy which is completely unrelated to finance.
They say you shouldn’t talk about politics and religion, so I’ll just say that I’m liberal (in the British and American senses of the word) and I write about my atheism elsewhere, but don’t be put off I’m more interested in discussion than being right. I’m passionate about blogging, music, improving the state of things, and general English-ness – there really is nothing better than a well-ordered queue of one.