2 months after Day 1: Barista-Fi/RE’d .

I updated the title to this article a couple of days after posting it. On April 29 I basically Barista Fi/Re’d. Here are some observations about that! Before I dig in, I also wanted to share an older Jason Fieber article, I meant to add that in a while ago and it is appropriate here;Continue reading “2 months after Day 1: Barista-Fi/RE’d .”

2019: First quarter results

Today I am procrastinating from my intermediate accounting course work and throwing a quick little update on the blog instead. Appropriate, right? Same area of expertise, sort of! I only have two goals for 2019, more detail can be found in my February post on the topic. Numbero uno: I aimed to increase my NWContinue reading “2019: First quarter results”

Figuring out what my FI/RE number is supposed to be. (Sooner-Rather-Than-Later-Retirement, Part 4)

I guess this thang is turning into a series much like my previous charting of debt payoff… hmmm!) I’ve been reading reddits like r/financialindependence for quite some time, I mean HELLO, I’m a PF blogger.. gotta keep up with those trends! With all my recent talk about making changes in my life over the pastContinue reading “Figuring out what my FI/RE number is supposed to be. (Sooner-Rather-Than-Later-Retirement, Part 4)”

How to work part-time as a workaholic.

I can’t figure it out…..:p Back in June 24, 2018 I wrote about planning for a sooner rather than later retirement. Like many PF bloggers I’ve moved from getting my financial life in order, to becoming debt-free, to choosing to become financially independent. From the beginning it’s always been by goal to become financially independent.Continue reading “How to work part-time as a workaholic.”

Why I will be withdrawing from Lending Loop

i wrote about my adventure with Lending Loop a year orso ago, I know many folks have had positive experiences with them but I’ve chosen this week to stop investing in any loans and withdraw funds as they become available, it will take some time  to get all my principal back… assuming the majority ofContinue reading “Why I will be withdrawing from Lending Loop”

Why I shut down my Questrade account, and spent the money

Last year I blogged about opening a questrade account, and then I blogged about buying stocks earlier this year.  This week I decided to shut down my Questrade account for good for several reasons. The primary reason being that I just don’t have the money in the coming year(s) to sink into it. I was runningContinue reading “Why I shut down my Questrade account, and spent the money”

And then she got back into the investing game.

Between my escapades with credit-card debt, house debt, car debt, school debt and savings I’ve never really been in the investing game. (That brief affair with mutual funds excluded) There was always other important things to focus on but I now know, I’m not going to be a millionaire unless I make my money workContinue reading “And then she got back into the investing game.”

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