Monthly Archives: December 2016

State of the Blog Address

When I started this blog in April, I needed to get a lot of ideas out of my head without driving my friends crazy. I had become a little one-note at gatherings and I could feel people distancing themselves from … Continue reading

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The Church of FI – Bah Humbug! And November Expense and Net Worth reports from the Blogosphere

I know I harp a lot on people buying stupid stuff. Usually, I am just referring to new cars, too much house, copious restaurant dining, and general crap. This headline falls under that general crap category and I can’t believe … Continue reading

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The Big Scratch – December 2016 Net Worth Update

Only one month remaining this year and we are on track to exceed our savings goals. We hit our year-end financial projections already, so unless the stock market crashes in December, we will sky-rocket over our targets. I hate to … Continue reading

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Personal Goals for 2017

  Back in January, I decided that this year my family and I would start getting annual wellness exams and bi-annual dental checkups and cleanings. My insurance covers preventative medical services but we have only used them once in the … Continue reading

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The Ledger – November 2016 Expense Report

Our total operating expenses were under-budget by $350. We managed to have another month of low monthly expenses of $2,224 and that includes our $1,300 mortgage payment!

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