About TheDutchlakehouse

Welcome to my own Personal Finance Blog!

As promised, some words about myself:
Dad
Husband
Investor
Employee
&
Entrepreneurotic startup-blogger

These key descriptions are carefully picked / made up (if you like) and put in a more or less random order. Just some of my main particulars to get to know me a bit better:


Born in 1989
First real job in 2003
Started brainstorming about owning my own business in 2004
Introduced to stockmarket in 2006
Graduated as Engineer in 2012
Married my awesome wife in 2015
Started distance learning courses for a Master degree in Renewable energies in 2016
Became a dad in 2016
Started a blog in 2016


What next?


Besides the aim of this blog to satisfy my exhibitionistic personality (not really, not in that sense…) I have set up a number of rules for myself with regards to writing:


  1. Informing. Posts in this blog are to be informative.
  2. Truth. All that is shared here is personal and thus reflects truth, MY truth.
  3. Milestones. Sharings and postings are not solely meant to serve for your amusement, having written them down marks personal goals and milestones to be met.


The ITM triplets as above allow me to display achievements, but even better: they require me to put extra effort in monitoring and controlling investment steps. In other words:


I NEED A PLAN


Keeping the above in mind, I have listed a range of target subjects that I would like to share my POV or experience on:


Stock investing, movie investing, starting a blog, dividends, renewable energy (solar panels and wind turbines) saving money & personal finance, goals, traveling, twitter, youtube, google, monetizing ideas, books, cars, pensions, innovations, being a dad, being a husband, personal fitness, gardening, grocery shopping, conspiracy theories, kids toys, facebook, etc. and yadi-yadi-ya.


And you may have noticed this site to be a .tk or .blogspot.com. Well, to cut a long story short: this works for me. At the time of writing, I find that the monthly dividend harvest does not allow for (yet) spending on a monthly basis. Even though you may notice the advertisements on the side of these pages: these are not the moneymaker nor the aim to be so for me. However, any kind of free money is my favourite!


For what it’s worth to you my dear reader: I will not haunt you to share your email addresses to sign up for freebies or newsletters that are hardly ever read (in my case..).


Again, thanks for visiting and please leave a comment if you feel like contributing! All criticism is valued, but every now and again I appreciate a nice word (or two).


With kind regards from the Dutch Lake House.

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