Top posts of 2022

Sonnie Bailey

30 December 2022

2022 wasn’t the best year of my life, and it wasn’t the best year for this blog. It hasn’t benefited from as much of my mental bandwidth as other years. I’ve only published a little over 30 articles, which is a lot less than I’ve published in other years.

The most-viewed articles were:

  1. The 4% rule is a mind-killer
  2. The myopia of compound interest
  3. When Consumer is anti-consumer
  4. Books I enjoyed in 2021
  5. Baches (or: some terrible financial decisions can be great life decisions, and vice versa)
  6. Kids and money – building financial literacy and investing on their behalf
  7. Lowering the probability of success can be a winning strategy
  8. How I money (2022)
  9. Paid off the mortgage? Don’t cancel your income protection insurance just yet
  10. Shares and hurricanes

The articles I published that I think are most “useful” from a money perspective are:

The articles closest to my own heart were:

Hopefully 2023 is a better year, for me and the blog!

And for you, of course 🙂


Other articles you may like:

Leverage and loss avoidance (thoughts on some recent Property Academy Podcast episodes)

Leverage and loss avoidance (thoughts on some recent Property Academy Podcast episodes)

Not whether, but when

Not whether, but when

Movies and TV shows I’m looking forward to (2023)

Movies and TV shows I’m looking forward to (2023)

“Be an asker”

“Be an asker”

How food has changed

How food has changed

Risking, fast and slow

Risking, fast and slow