Blogging about investing hits on very personal numbers that are sometimes considered taboo to discuss. I went back and forth on whether to be anonymous for this blog before eventually opting to blog as myself.
Yesterday I published An Interactive Guide to Early Retirement and Financial Independence. This post took a long time to write - 6 weeks all told. In this post, I'll dive into why I went this route for this guide.
Review of my August 2017 goals and what new goals I'm making for September including marketing content and trying new acquisition channels.
Those who have inspired me the most share a few similar characteristics. They're great writers and communicators who have a vision for the future and want more people in it with them.
A simple formula to derive progress towards FIRE that includes growth to net worth and total income.
Weekend reading on decluttering your kitchen, what is minimalism?, calculating compound interest, reviewing time in retirement and recent books I've been reading.
How Finding Substitutes Saves Me Money, Retirement Number Roundup, The Six Stages of Financial Freedom, The Stupidest Thing You Can Do With Your Money, Ready Player One, Perennial Seller.
My investing experience from 2006-2011 was full of ups and down. I inherited money and promptly lost most of it during the recession. This is the story of what I did during this time.
Why I’m talking about FI, what my goals are and what it means for my current lifestyle.
For this month, I’m focusing on blogging, clearing some house chores and escalating my workout schedule.