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March 2015

How An Early FI Investor Thinks


We early financial independence freedom fighters think very differently from the mainstream. For myself, I’m now on Year 4 of the journey, and everything I do now feels totally natural and normal. However, when I pause to think about it, I’m almost certain that if you [continue reading…]


Picking Up the Pennies


The other day, I was walking down the street, and I noticed something that I’ve been observing since I was a little kid playing on the playground — free money! No, I didn’t stumble upon a stash of Benjamin’s, or a bag of coins from the US Mint, but what I found still filled me with excitement, nonetheless…

I found two [continue reading…]


February 2015 Net Worth Update

It’s been a busy month with a lot more spending than usual. Once again, I’m involved in another rehab project, working on getting Rental Property SH #3 up to my turnkey standards. It’s costing me more than I had originally budgeted for, and as a [continue reading…]


The Real Battle Continues (Day 52)


In the last post, I talked about how awesome life is and how much I’m enjoying my time off due to my regained freedom. Of course, like most things, there’s ALWAYS two sides to the coin… a yin and a yang, if you will. I guess you could say that my preference is to try and keep things [continue reading…]


Is This What Early FI Feels Like? (Day 51)


I have now been on a leave of absence from work for 51 days! Yikes, that’s extremely hard for me to believe, and it honestly doesn’t feel like all that much time has passed by already… Wow, in the blink of an eye, almost! Strange, that’s the exact feeling I used to get when I was [continue reading…]