2019 wrap up + 2020 goals

As we’re about to hit the second month of 2020, I suppose it’s time I review my 2019 goals! I didn’t set many goals for 2019, my singular goal was to increase my passive income and networth. At the end of 2018 this is how things looked: As you can see, at $273 a monthContinue reading “2019 wrap up + 2020 goals”

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)”

2018 wrap-up and 2019 goals!

My gosh you guys, I wrote a quick little post in December on how my 2018 went. It’s time I do an actual full update and set some new goals! I didn’t update a whole lot through 2018 as I was much too busy being my workaholic self to bother with writing nonsense on theContinue reading “2018 wrap-up and 2019 goals!”

Saving for retirement and other things – the 10% rule revisited, and a plan for the rest of 2013

Back in June of 2012 I wrote a blogpost on how I was intending to begin saving 10% of my gross income towards retirement. Here’s what I wrote: “I’ve done ZERO retirement planning in my life so far. Sure, I’ve thought about it and what I want from life but I’ve taken very little actionContinue reading “Saving for retirement and other things – the 10% rule revisited, and a plan for the rest of 2013”

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