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!
This week I had the pleasure of being featured on the Fire Drill Podcast with Gwen from Fiery Millennials and J from Millennial Boss! How to Learn from Mistakes and Turn Your Life Around with Joel from FI180.com Some takeaways from the episode: Recovering from significant real estate and investment mistakes Unexpected lessons learned after quitting … Continue reading Fire Drill Podcast!
A common theme here in the financial independence community is simplicity. Mr. Money Mustache has his classic “Simple Math of Early Retirement” post, which took the FIRE world by storm. Jim Collins wrote “The Simple Path to Wealth”, which has become the de-facto starter kit for people looking to begin their own journey to FI. The … Continue reading FI is Hard
If you’ve been following this blog for a while, you’ve no doubt heard me mention ‘The Wife’ on numerous occasions. The ying to my yang, The Wife is my level-headed better half, the one who keeps me balanced and grounded, not only financially, but in all areas of life. I’ve wanted to interview my partner … Continue reading Interview With ‘The Wife’!
Last week, I was a guest on the Bigger Pockets Money podcast, hosted by Scott Trench and Mindy Jensen! Listen to the podcast here: Inside the Episode: What our life was like before we focused on financial freedom Why the 180-degree shift to financial independence? The first steps we took How we started tracking our expenses The value of cooking good food … Continue reading Bigger Pockets Podcast