Tis the season, The holidays are always a time for reflection. As for me, I like to take this time of the year to review a career road map I have documented. One specific quote I read a while ago has stuck in my brain as I think about all that will be pursued throughout … Continue reading Retire Early with the 4% rule!
Gobble, gobble everyone! It's Thanksgiving time. As a frugal geek, it's only natural that I would love a holiday geared towards contentment. In addition, I am purposely making extra food to freeze throughout the week. I will also save all the turkey broth I can and freeze it for amazing soups in the following months. … Continue reading A lesson on contentment
Welcome to another entry in my Frugal Grit series. Caution: hardcore behavior change ahead. Well, better late than never. Hello, I am finally back with my health report update. Just in case you're new, back in June I posted some very grim cholesterol results. Now, don't be mistaken, this is a frugal blog, not a … Continue reading Health Update: How Frugality and Veggies can save your life
Well it's done! The home is finally fixed my family is all moved in! So for today's post, I am going to share my experiences buying and fixing up a repossessed property. But first, if you are new to this blog, you can start here from the beginning of this Real Estate investing journey. There were … Continue reading House Update: The home is complete! How much money did I spend?
I remember it just like it was yesterday. It was on a hot summer day many years ago and a 14-year-old Joey traded 5 hours of back-breaking labor-intensive yard work for about $90 of cold hard cash. This newly obtained wealth was glorious. A little suburban yard work was always a piece of cake for … Continue reading Active Income vs Passive Income | They are not the same.