I thought it’d be fun to walk through what advantages (or disadvantages) I’ve had in my journey to reaching Financial Independence. Enjoy!
Early retirement is now within reach. In less than a year I could pull the plug, which would align perfectly with the original plan.
This thing on my wrist. Why did I choose to put it there? What possible good can come from strapping on some electronic tagging device?
Ever wondered what it would be like to personally manage a handful of real estate rentals? Today, we’ll peer into the mystical realm…
Since the big promotion a few months back, work has been sheer chaos.
Some might suggest that once you’ve reached this pinnacle of no longer being bound to a cubicle, there’s little else you need…
Hopper is a great app – Download it now!
I love this little app. Before a coworker turned me on to it, I’d been relying on Kayak.com.
Welcome to a post that explores remedies to the nonsense many of us deal with day in, day out.
In honor of meteorological spring, today’s guest post celebrates the beauty of Minnesota during the fine weather month of August.
With a promotion comes a little more pay, a little more prestige, and suddenly, work becomes a little more interesting.
I’m still just a little paranoid, but am now mostly excited about the early retirement wealth that’s achievable with Airbnb.
If you’ve got a good boss, you’re likely to like your job. If you’ve got an a-hole sitting across that desk, watch out.
Simon Sinek. The one guy who might convince you to keep your day job and tuck away those grand notions of early retirement.
VRBO isn’t the devil after all. The Airbnb Experiment concluded in December with pretty good results. We made about $14K in net revenue….
Is it taking the easy way out to retire early? Am I simply giving up?
Funny (and troubling!) that college doesn’t prepare you for this cubicle ordeal in any way, shape, or form.
The benefits of pursuing FIRE are not just monetary. It’s not just about reaching financial independence or early retirement.
The transition from turkey to tinsel and eggnog was ON. $100 on a stuffed reindeer, twinkle lights, a fa la la pillow, two craft beers ….
This post is all about how your lovely author almost, for a New York minute, thought about pursuing a hair transplant.
First off, let’s make a big, fat Suze Orman-like assumption that you’ll want to have a tidy sum of $2M saved up…
This article explores the crazy notion of work as a viable place to make good friends and lasting relationships.
Since winter started with a sudden, unexpected blizzard on October 14, I don’t have much time to crack this nut.
Congrats! You got to the finish line. Crickets. For many, this is the reality.
I’m fighting some cold feet. Keen to learn about the alternatives to early retirement.
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