In most companys’ financial disclosures are a thing. They exist to help coincide with how the top earners in a company are making their money and they also usually coincide with the business itself. I started in business when I was a child.
I did not know what financial earning reports were back then and I have no interest in them now. I have never published such things online for other blogs or websites to analyze because I find it pointless. If my blog is successful and I am able to make a living off of it (and then usually a little more) what am I complaininng about? Nothing.
But instead of common sense ringing true to others — they put words in my mouth claiming that I said this or that. It bewilders me that people assume I say this or that without actually verifying such.
It makes me feel like I’ve become a pawn in this game of blogging. I am not here to beat anybody else; I am not here to make a million dollars. I am here to continue to earn my comfortable salary and keep it pushinng through my little life. As I got older and then was involved in a car crash, the blog continued to become a major part of my life because it helped me maintain a job that I could due even given my impairments and disabilities.
I choose not to publish much information about my financial earnings; my current family, relationships, and stuff of that nature because I have been the subject of the wrath of the internet before. I don’t want to put somone else through that.