Hello there. My name is Chasney Stain, and thanks for visiting my page. I can't call myself a "professional" writer, for you will find still many things left for me to learn in the lettering world, but I can surely say I'm a decent writer. I enjoy writing about different topics, from headline news to personal financial development. Besides writing, learning is something I enjoy doing the most. I discover interest in many things in life, like different cultural backgrounds and eccentric styles of life, like strange animal species and also the extraordinary functionality of the human body. In general, I'm an all-around-type of writer. I took on freelancing not too long ago. I've written many articles on my personal preferred topic, money management, also as the important connection it shares with the powerful consumer-driven world we live in. Many readers have mentioned their appreciation for the types of articles I produce, particularly ones that are financially-related, like the world of credit, money and kids, loan products and student debt, to name a few. Although I also enjoy writing entertainment and "newsy" articles, I feel the need to express more words on these very significant financial topics. Saving money is now a major concern within the minds of many consumers, but it was not always like this. All of us know that the recent economic recession created nothing but havoc for many people across the nation. However, it was those that failed to prepare ahead of time that felt the worst of the economic turmoil. More individuals are now finding out that there is nothing more shielding than to be financially prepared, thanks to the recent economic activities. And this is yet an additional reason why I enjoy writing so much - the ability to reach out to those in financial need through the power and comfort of written words. Writing is utterly effective and powerful. For me and many others like me, it presents the opportunity to voice your opinions, whether good or bad, and provide helpful advice to others on things that matter the most. For the human brain, I believe there is nothing better, or worse, than writing. Of course there are nevertheless numerous things to discover - you can never learn too much - but I can certainly say I have learned a lot over these years. I anticipate my future learning and sharing, from those who read and the others who lead.