An Exciting Day

As you may be aware if you have read some of my previous posts, my first big step towards FIRE is paying off debt. Well today, I paid off my $30,000 RRSP loan – 2 years early! If I had never found the FI movement back in October of 2018, I never would have bothered with trying to make extra payments. I would have just let the loan play out for 5 years, paying interest, and probably accumulating more debt. Continue reading “An Exciting Day”

Semi-Weekly FIRE Report

The last 3 weeks at work have been bonkers. Home life has been bonkers. Trying to get anything FIRE-related done is bonkers!! There seems to be some ethical concerns around cloning humans, but I could really use a second me right now. Second me could go to work every day, while “real me” would sort out all the current loose ends in my life and hang out with my family and go on vacation. Continue reading “Semi-Weekly FIRE Report”

Month 8 FIRE Report – May 2019

Welcome to the Month 8 FIRE Report!

If you just wandered in fromĀ  who knows where, this report tracks my monthly efforts towards achieving FIRE – Financial Independence, Retire Early.

So far, I’ve been keeping it simple. Savings, extra income, debt repayment, and expenses. Sometime soon, I hope to add charts and graphs and other fancy analytics measuring my progress to FIRE on some kind of nifty timeline. For now, you get what you get. Which is what I can pull together in the span of my lunch break. Continue reading “Month 8 FIRE Report – May 2019”