This article was posted in Aussie Firebug’s FIRE discussion group on Facebook and, as a child-free person myself, the headline caught my attention enough to have a read and then take a look at the research upon which the article is based (the article being, like many these days, fairly superficial). The research was UK-based, … Continue reading What if the whole world was on FIRE?
Hi everyone, and thanks for subscribing! Having recently noticed a spike in subscribers, I thought I'd quickly say hello and welcome to my blog! If the blog name hasn't given it away, I'm a single person seeking financial independence. I'm also a late starter - I only came across the concept after I hit the … Continue reading Welcome to all my new followers!
It's hard to believe that I've been at this blogging thing for two years already. When I first decided to start a blog about my path to FIRE it was very much a bit of a suck-it-and-see exercise; a post on another blog, Australian Dividend Investor (sadly no longer being published), about why you should … Continue reading It’s my 2-year blogaversary!
Well, only one category is in the black this month; the car category continues to be underspent due to reduced commuting. However, although there's a lot of red showing on my budget's Variance table (the one that shows me how much I'm over or under budget for each primary category), the amounts are relatively small … Continue reading Reducing the discretionary spend – March 2021 results
I am just a little bit proud of myself this month - my eating out/takeaway expenditure was the lowest it's been so far this financial year! Hooray! Other discretionary spending has also remained low to zero - no entertainment or personal expenses this month has helped to keep things down, plus car-related costs were also … Continue reading Reducing the discretionary spend – February 2021 results