Long story short.  I started the GENEROUS blog on a whim and thanks to many crazy readers like myself, it turned into something pretty unique at the time.  With its light-hearted look at the feminist movement and pop culture, there was a lot of love put into having a unique voice.

In July 2013, I was diagnosed with endometrial cancer and every aspect of my life seemed to flip overnight.  Bills, no strength to work, and constant reflection of things I'd done wrong in my life.  I think everyone goes through this at one time or another at some point and find a way to become a better version of themselves in the process.

So, in dealing with public hospital BS, I got on this mission to be better to my body.  I'd be lying if I were to say I'm model thin but I learned how to read up on things and not fall into expensive traps.  Some things have been fund but on the other hand, my health scare revealed some scarier things about the people whose job is to care for us humans.

Since the overall culture is changing drastically, it's hard to keep up or learn to remain sane.  Which is why I chose to keep things going but in another direction.  My health today is gradually improving and I'm feeling great about my decision to place focus on the one thing many of us truly own...our health.

Finally, I'd been wanting to do a budgeting blog for a minute but could never find the time.  Over the years, I've curated some nice resources and have some interesting stories.  I'm sure you do as well, which is why I'm really stoked about seeing what submissions you have to offer.

That's pretty much it for now.  Thanks for reading!