It’s been 250 days since I quit my stressful job in software engineering to dip my toes in the early retirement waters, so I wanted to give you an update on post-retirement life. First, some big news: I was one of the winners of the FinCon scholarship program this year! If you’re going to be at … Continue reading Early Retirement Fun!
I recently got into a disagreement on the “Mustachians on Facebook” group with a few people who were trying to convince me that driving is an essential part of life, and for some people there is simply no way around high monthly car costs. No matter what ideas I proposed to reduce their costs, they responded … Continue reading The Car Problem
In our last few posts, we discussed our financial 180, and our strategies for saving money on food, shopping, and monthly recurring bills. So far, we’ve shown how we uncovered $3000 per month, and used that cash flow to douse the fire on our mortgage from hell. But even with these extra principal payments, the mortgage … Continue reading Our Savings Snowball