It's been a while since I've updated you on our Mortgage Pay-off progress. I was recently taking a good hard look at the numbers to see how we want to progress while still finding room in our budget to explore the world through travel or enjoy other experiences we've put on hold for quite some … Continue reading 2019 December Mortgage Pay-off Update ($177,838)
I haven't been in the mood to write or work on my podcast in the past month (errrr maybe two months now?). I've been jaded by the FIRE community over the last several months and just felt like I'd rather step away from that focus personally and here on the blog. Which is good I … Continue reading When FIRE Disappoints
The summer was a slow time for paying down our mortgage, as we don't make income every summer. So, that means were early retirees each year, right?! As fall approached, some items popped up in our planning for the coming year with regards to travel, so we haven't been able to be as aggressive in … Continue reading 2018 October Mortgage Pay-off Update ($189,281)
A quick note to tell you to read our debt-freedom story over on the Penny Hoarder today! I met Lisa Rowan at the Lola Retreat in April. She's recently been on my podcast episode 23, listen here. It was great getting to know her and sharing our story as well. I hope you enjoy more … Continue reading Featured on The Penny Hoarder!
This summer we've been on a roll updating our home on the inside and it's costed a bit more than I mentally budgeted for. It doesn't harm us in any major way, but I wonder at times if we're inflating our lifestyle now that we've made good strides financially? In addition to some renovation or … Continue reading Have we inflated our lifestyle?