Corona and Barista-FI

It’s been a while since I’ve written about anything financial and I thought it’s about time I get back to the reason this blog exists: money. A little public navel-gazing has always helped me progress, so let’s have at it. Somewhere around 2015 I lost steam in tracking financial progress through blogging. You can seeContinue reading “Corona and Barista-FI”

So I finished my emergency fund, now what?

For the first time in my life I have reached my emergency fund goal. I actually reached it on Thursday, it’s been almost exactly five years since I started this journey on my blog. 6 years orso since I first started reading personal finance blogs and getting serious about fixing my finances permanently. It hasContinue reading “So I finished my emergency fund, now what?”

25 goals for 2015 – May summary

It’s May! I just love spring and it took so long to arrive here in PEI, it was like the snow was never ever going to melt. I got some seeds started in egg trays in late April and some of the beans and cucumber plants seem to be doing well in their pots now.Continue reading “25 goals for 2015 – May summary”

25 Goals for 2015 – April summary

Here we go again! Let’s sit down and take a look. I deleted a few goals that I no longer need to track for the rest of the year. Financial 2. Save & splurge on a nice new purse in the spring. I’m still drooling over this one. 3. Sell my house. In progress 4. Savings –Continue reading “25 Goals for 2015 – April summary”

Oops! No new stuff this week

Hey everyone, Just a quick post to let you all know that there will be no new post to my blog this Monday (Sept 27th) as I drove to the hospital last Thursday and was thrown into the operating room to have an appendectomy! I asked the anaesthesiologist (from Michigan) about the American vs. theContinue reading “Oops! No new stuff this week”

Why an emergency fund is important

When I started working hard to repay my credit-card debt I also started working toward building up a $1,000 emergency fund. I have always known how important it is to have an emergency fund as I’ve witnessed and experienced many occasions  where it has been needed. Eventually I hope to be liquid enough to notContinue reading “Why an emergency fund is important”

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