It almost feels a bit weird writing a blog post again. I've let it sit pretty much idle since July because I hadn't come up with an annual challenge for the 2021-22 financial year so haven't really had anything to post about. My net worth has increased by 11.81% over the past six months, and … Continue reading Net worth update December 2021
Category: Progress Towards Goals
Reducing the discretionary spend – June 2021 results and overall year
June 2021 I'm a little later than I would normally be with this update as I was waiting for my final electricity bill to come in. I changed providers right near the end of June, and it took a couple of weeks for my previous provider to send through the finalised account. While the overall … Continue reading Reducing the discretionary spend – June 2021 results and overall year
Net worth update June 2021
On 25th June I posted this on Twitter: https://twitter.com/FIREforOneAus/status/1408172903447732224?s=20 I don't think I've ever seen anything in the media before about the mean net wealth of Australian adults (or maybe I've just never noticed/paid attention), but now that it's net worth update time for me, I'm pleased to see that I'm ahead of the curve, … Continue reading Net worth update June 2021
It’s my 2-year blogaversary!
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!
Reducing the discretionary spend – March 2021 results
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