I am not a financial advisor, this is not advice. This post is just for fun, I’m just a weird dude who enjoys talking about finances. For further advice, please seek a professional financial advisor. Don’t sue me. Also, to break up the investing talk, I’ve added some pictures of bee butts. Enjoy Investing in the stock market is a crucial way to amass wealth over your lifetime. Luckily in Australia, you’re forced to have some exposure to the market with superannuation.
Over the last year, I’ve been designing and manufacturing a custom mechanical keyboard I call the “Let’s Tango”. After being in the hobby for long enough I thought I’d try my hand at designing and manufacturing a board. Here’s some details about it. The Let’s Tango mechanical keyboard is a 40% split ortholinear board. I took the Let’s Split layout and encased it in a solid aluminium case with a brass weight underneath.
Mechanical keyboards wouldn’t be what they are without the iconic switches that make up the sound and feel of typing on a keyboard. The switch is what makes the keyboard mechanical, it’s located below the keycap and is the device that connects to the PCB. Over the last few years there has been a huge amount of innovation within the scene. If you have had any interaction with a mechanical keyobard, you’d have probably heard about the company Cherry and their switches.
I find it very fascinating seeing where people spend their income, especially when they can present the information in pretty graphs. I know I’m a bit late, but I decided it’d be fun to review and write up a blog on my spending in 2020. Last year was a bit of a strange year for everyone. My spending was especially strange as it was a lot higher than previous for a few different reasons.
I am not a financial advisor, this is not advice. This post is just for fun, I’m just a weird dude who enjoys talking about finances. For further advice, please seek a professional financial advisor. Don’t sue me. If you haven’t seen my previous blog about micro investing, check that out as it will provide some further background into this blog. Early last year I wanted to run an experiment throughout the year between Raiz and Spaceship to see which platform I preferred for micro investing.