2. Post a photo of yourself and 11 random things.
3. Answer the questions set for you in the original post.
4. Create 11 new questions and tag people to answer them.
5. Go to their blog/twitter and tell them you've tagged them.
"I often see female commenters leaving comments like this on other female bloggers’ websites when they perceive something as a sign of financial success. A “joking” comment that often reads as a passive-aggressive attempt to make the blogger feel guilty or embarrassed about their financial success.
I never see comments like this on male bloggers’ sites and find that the majority of female bloggers quickly jump to say “oh no, i don’t make any money”, etc.
I’m proud that i’ve built a business that supports full-time employees and allows those people (including myself) to have a job where they pursue their passions on a daily basis. no matter what our salaries are, i think it’s more important to judge someone’s success by what they choose to do with it. do they continue to give back and share the wealth with their community? if so, then i think their financial choices are just that- theirs. and comments that make women feel bad or guilty about being financially successful ultimately keep us trapped in a place where we don’t feel comfortable to demand higher salaries, raises or ask for freelance rates that are fair."