Monthly FIRE Financial Independence Report – September 2020

You’re probably thinking, “T!! Do you realize it is November and you are just now posting September’s Monthly Financial Independence Report?” Continue reading “Monthly FIRE Financial Independence Report – September 2020”

Monthly FIRE (Financial Independence) Report – February 2020

Welcome to another installment of the monthly FIRE (Financial Independence) report! This report details activities in my 17th month on my journey to Financial Independence. Continue reading “Monthly FIRE (Financial Independence) Report – February 2020”

Monthly FIRE (Financial Independence) Report – January 2020

Welcome to another installment of the monthly FIRE (Financial Independence) report! This report details activities in my 16th month on my journey to Financial Independence. Continue reading “Monthly FIRE (Financial Independence) Report – January 2020”

Month 13 of the Journey to FIRE – October 2019

So I’ve been trying to decide next steps for this blog. Does it still make sense to have a monthly report? What is the benefit of this? I guess it gives me a good picture of how the month went at a more macro level, which I would definitely not take the time to analyze otherwise. Continue reading “Month 13 of the Journey to FIRE – October 2019”

Months 10 & 11 FIRE Report – July and August 2019

11 months? REALLY? Wowza. In many ways I feel I’ve not done enough. In other ways I feel I’ve done so much more than I would have without a significant change in my mindset 11 months ago. I don’t know which one outweighs the other. Perhaps that isn’t important at all. However, I am definitely going to reflect on this as the first year of attempting FI/RE comes to a close. Welcome to the monthly FIRE report. Continue reading “Months 10 & 11 FIRE Report – July and August 2019”

Month 8 FIRE Report – May 2019

Welcome to the Month 8 FIRE Report!

If you just wandered in from  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”

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