I never blog about people starting a new website, because that happens all… the… time…
Today I’m going to break that (self-imposed) rule. There’s a new website that I think you might want to follow: Meet the Middletons
That’s not the only rule I’m breaking. There’s a couple more, but I’ll get to in a bit. For now, let’s move forward.
What is Money Middletons?
The short answer is that it’s a money website for the middle class. Of course I still believe that Middle Class Income Numbers are a Myth. Fortunately, I don’t think the Middleton police is going to come knocking looking for income verification to make sure you are qualified to the club :-).
Money Middletons is crowd-sourced, which means you can make it what you want it to be. It’s curated by volunteers, so you know that people are invested in it. It’s also covering the best articles in personal finance, so you know that I will never be featured ;-).
There might be a longer answer to what Money Middletons is about, but it’s so much easier to click and see it for yourself.
About Those “Rules”
I think Stephonee (who is launching the website) was looking to make a big media push on Monday. I was distracted by some other stuff, but I hope it worked out well.
You probably don’t know Stephonee. She’s not exactly a household name. However, she’s one of the very, very few bloggers who have been writing about personal finance for the last 12 years like me. I’ve been a fan of Poorer Than You for more than a decade.
As part of the launch there were images and writing guidelines/ideas. You don’t care about logos right? I’ve never been one for writing guidelines either. I feel that blogging is supposed to be about raw writing.
So that’s it, just go to Money Middletons and enjoy.