We think it’s no secret that we made 2018 our bitch. It was a hectic and eventful year for us, but we made some huge steps in the right direction. In this week’s post (coming a day later than usual due to the holiday schedule) we are going to go over some of the good… Continue reading Goodbye 2018
Our friend Good Nelly wrote this amazing article for us. We have been married for about 3 and a half years now, and we have been blessed with a relationship where open communication about any and all matters flows easily. I can remember having conversations about almost all of the topics that Good Nelly talks… Continue reading 6 Marriage Mistakes That Can Create Huge Debt Problems In Your Life
Healthcare in Early Retirement? The question seemingly has no easy answer as an American. When we discuss healthcare in retirement, and our short-term plans to utilize medical tourism, and moving abroad to capitalize on Mrs. RRR’s access to practically free healthcare with her EU citizenship we are usually met with squints, sighs, and other skeptical… Continue reading Dying Early & Broke Because You’re American
Black Friday and Cyber Monday: shopping days that millions of people anxiously wait all year for. As you might imagine, these shopping “holidays” aren’t really our cup of tea. Literally a day after everyone gathers and expresses what they’re thankful for, they’re fighting old women and small children for shit they don’t need that’s only… Continue reading Why People Love Black Friday
Written by Jared Casazza, PT, DPT of FifthWheelPT.com The Goal of Reaching FIRE There is a persistent focus in the financial independence community on reaching FIRE as quickly as possible. This is definitely warranted since a large proportion of the population seems to be very unsatisfied with their profession. Working a job 40+ hours… Continue reading Financial Independence: The End or Just the Beginning?
Well, we’ve taken a major step back in our mortgage payoff goal that we talked about in our article about our Monthly Mortgage Goals. Like a $98,595 step back. Like an alcoholic who just wants to sit in a bar, it was only a matter of time before we fell off the wagon. Well, maybe our… Continue reading Buying Rental Number 10
A couple of weeks ago I began preparing a presentation I was going to give at our second ChooseFI Alabama meetup. I took to the group and crowd-sourced what my topic was going to be. After a number of choices were thrown out, frugality is what most people had voted for. Perfect, one of the… Continue reading How Frugality Saved us $644k