Category Archives: Church of FI

Church of FI- Killin’ it cooking, cuttin’ bills and August expense reports

Cooking FI-style Some people are just good cooks. After cutting out restaurant expenses two years ago, Mr. TJL and I are well on our way to cooking the best food in town. We aren’t naturally good, though. We have searched … Continue reading

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Church of FI- Real Estate obsession and August 2017 expense reports

I have long been obsessed with real estate. After buying my first house in 2005, we pretty much tore up and replaced every floor, refinished every door, and painted every wall. After that, we remodeled the bathroom and the kitchen … Continue reading

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Church of FI – Guest Post from Dollar Diligence

I am pretty unfamiliar with student debt and side hustles, so I was delighted when Jacob of Dollar Diligence offered to write a guest post of his experiences paying down his student loan debt. Jacob is a high school teacher, … Continue reading

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Church of FI- Podcasts and July 2017 expense reports

I found a few new blogs to add to the Church of FI this month. I continue to be on the lookout for other blogs that share monthly expenses. Please leave any suggestions in the comments. Millennial Revolution published a … Continue reading

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Church of FI -Evolution and Rockstar Finance

The Church of FI is evolving. Currently, it remains a reserved space for me to babble on about current happenings in my life, share expense reports from other blogs, and share links to blogs that I love, but I have … Continue reading

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Church of FI – Did I just hit $1MM in assets?

Do you see that? My assets have officially topped $1,000,000! Even though this milestone is market dependent, it still feels damn good to have achieved. If I sold all my assets today, I still would not have enough money to … Continue reading

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The Church of FI – Melancholy and February 2017 financial reports from the blogosphere

To help soothe my growing apprehension and agitation with the current administration (I still can’t admit to myself that it is true), I have committed myself to reading “The Anatomy of Melancholy” by Robert Burton. It is only 1,382 pages … Continue reading

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The Church of FI – Time Flies and January 2017 financial reports from the blogosphere

Whew! This year has been busy so far, I can’t believe it is almost March! I am okay with that though as I have already accomplished quite a few things.

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The Church of FI – Jimmy Carter is a Badass!

UNLEASH YOURSELF Even if you don’t call yourself an artist, you have the potential to be a dynamic creator who is always hatching new plans, coming up with fresh ideas, and shifting your approach to everything you do as you … 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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