GE Miller writes 20 Something Finance, a personal finance blog that is geared towards the twenty-something crowd, and Microfrugality, a new site on lowering your expenses and living the frugal lifestyle. As a twenty-something myself, I stumbled onto 20 Something Finance a few months ago and have been quietly lurking in the background as posts were delivered to my RSS reader. His recent pair of posts about getting rid of material clutter remind me of my recent purge of financial clutter.
So a few weeks ago, I reached out to GE to see if he’d be interested in participating in my PFBlogger Spotlight series and he agreed. It’s not every day you meet someone who enjoys the occasional game of cornhole (I learned about it in Pittsburgh, which isn’t too far from Michigan). I hope you enjoy the interview and if you have a moment, check out his site.
Q. Hi GE, could you tell us a little about yourself?
A. Sure. I’m in my late twenties and have been married for four years. I currently reside in Michigan and work at a tech company. I enjoy hiking, cycling, tennis, disc golf, backpacking, and an occasional game of cornhole (look it up). I’m a huge Michigan State football and basketball fan (and alum) and have football season tickets.
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