Call me Jeremy. Some time ago, never mind the particular date, having no money in my bank account despite the forty hour week that I had just worked, I thought I would start blogging in the financial sector of the world. It is a means of keeping motivation and direction. It is a means of humanizing, or rather, dehumanizing my current state. It is a means of stepping outside of the forty hour week and delving into a blog where assurance and financial security are only a few paragraphs away. I am a DINK. This is my counsel. Please, call me Jeremy.
As you may have gathered, I am by no means a financial expert-quite the contrary. Yet, I see myself as a sailor about to set sail, delayed only by a little patch work on a leaky ship. I will gather the necessary tools, seek the appropriate expertise, and apply the necessary adhesive to finally set sail. I am confident that my research and efforts will not only patch the existing leaks, but will construct a ship as worthy as the Pequod (FYI: that’s Ahab’s ship in Moby Dick).
Please come back soon, and come back often. My first blog will be up shortly and it is bound to be groundbreaking. I will be exploring the world of garbage. That’s right, garbage-waste management’s ugly name. But believe me, Tony Soprano is not the only one making a hefty profit in garbage. You can too! I am a DINK. This is my counsel. Please, call me Jeremy.
“There is nothing surprising in this. If they but knew it, almost all men in their degree, some time or other, cherish very nearly the same feelings towards the ocean with me.”
– Moby Dick by Herman Melville