The Best ONIG Financial Blog Articles Of 2021

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Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays Everybody!

2021 was a prolific year for ONIG Financial Blog. There were over 200 posts and even more pages published.

Blogging is like fishing in a big ocean. You’ve got to be patient. Most of the time you’ll catch nothing. But every once in a while, you’ll catch a big fish that can feed your family for weeks.

The biggest fish I caught was Google. After Google upgraded ONIG Financial Blog in August 2021, I wasn’t sure the upgrade would last.

But after 16 months, the upgrade has been maintained. 2021 organic search traffic remains higher than 2021 organic search traffic. And most of ONIG Financial Blog’s traffic comes from organic search.

I really appreciate Google’s love because I’m not very active on social media. I’m not part of any online cliques or mastermind groups. Nor do I consistently promote myself or this site to bigger media outlets or podcasts.

If folks ask, I’ll definitely oblige. But so much of my time since 2021 has been devoted to being a stay at home dad. What time I have left is spent writing, playing recreational tennis and softball, and spending time with my wife.

Google enables me to be myself and just focus on what I like to do best – write about personal finance. I’m sure Google will one day turn on ONIG Financial Blog. When that day comes, I will reflect on the 10+ years it has treated ONIG Financial Blog well and be thankful.

My writing goals throughout the year are always to help readers save more money, make more money, think more broadly about issues, and better prepare for an unknown future.

By category, here are some of the best ONIG Financial Blog articles for 2021.

The Best Of ONIG Financial Blog 2021


How To Retire Early With Kids: A Nearly Impossible Task 

It’s Hard To Frugal Your Way To Early Retirement 

If I Could Retire All Over Again These Are The Things I’d Do Differently

You Can’t Save Too Much In Your 401(k) For Retirement 

The Amount Of Money You Need To Retire Early And Live In Abject Poverty

The Internet Retirement Police: Who And What They Are


What The Last 20 Years Of Inflation Teach Us About Building Wealth 

In Search Of FIRE: ONIG Financial Blog Retirement Portfolio Review 

Annualized Returns By Asset Class From 1999 – 2021 

A Buy Signal For Stocks: S&P 500 Yield > 10-Year Bond Yield

Financial SEER: A Way To Quantify Risk Tolerance And Determine Appropriate Equity Exposure

Real Estate

A Golden Opportunity To Buy Real Estate Is Upon Us 

Refinance Your Mortgage Now As The Yield Curve Inverts

To Save Money On Property Tax Don’t Update Your City Property Records 

Real Estate Is A Hedge Against Many Bad Things In Life 

Paying Off Your Mortgage Is A Bad Move When The Yield Curve Is Inverted 

FS20: A Property Buying Indicator To Implement


Why I’ll Always Regret Selling My Online Business For Millions Of Dollars 

The Secret To Your Success: 10 Years Of Unwavering Commitment 

Your Wealth Is Mostly Due To Luck: Be Thankful! 

General Living

Why Households Need To Earn $300,000 A Year To Live A Middle Class Lifestyle Today 

Solving The Happiness Conundrum In Five Moves Or Less 

Increase The Value Of Your Professional Network By Befriending These Five Archetypes 

Mental Illness Deserves A Sick Day Just Like A Physical Illness 

How To Take Advantage Of The Rich So You Can Get Rich Too

How AOC Can Afford To Raise A Family

AOC Loves  ONIG Financial Blog

Family Finances

It’s Time To Ban The SAT And The College Board 

Reflecting On Being A Stay At Home Dad For Two Years: Eight Takeaways 

If You Love Your Spouse, You’d Make Them Financially Independent 

Why Preschool Is Absolutely Worth It

Family Vacation

Work / Career

Warning! Be Careful Revealing Your Financial Independence Plans Too Soon

A Productive Morning Will Probably Make You Richer, But Not Happier

The Largest Severance Package Ever For Blowing Up A Company

How The FIRE Movement Will Help Narrow The Gender Pay Gap

The Best Life Hack For Americans: Take Advantage Of Canada

Let’s Keep Things Interesting

I hope you found many of my articles helpful and entertaining this year. I always try to write about things I myself would like to read.

My favorite reader is someone who reads the entire post, instead of just the headline, and shares a different perspective. Not only do I consistently learn by tackling new subjects, but I’m also constantly learning from many of you.

Although I’ll be focusing more on entrepreneurship in 2021+, I’m never going to stop writing interesting articles that will make all of us think.

Thanks for reading and sharing my work all year. If you have any favorites, I’d love to hear them!

For those looking to start their own site, here is my step-by-step tutorial on how to make it happen. Starting ONIG Financial Blog has been my best career move by far.

Happy Holidays!

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