Tag Archives: motivation

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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To Build or not to Build: Adding an ADU to our Property Portfolio

I have been mightily distracted for the last month, so this blog has received about 1/4 of my usual attention. In times like these, I try to keep up with The Ledger and Big Scratch but the meatier posts get … Continue reading

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The Big Scratch – April 2017 Net Worth Report

Well that was anti-climactic. After months of market growth, March was rather flat. Regardless, we remained above the $700,000 barrier in net worth! Most of the gain was due to investment contributions. In addition to our “normal” and automated savings, … Continue reading

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The Ledger – Tax-apocalypse and March 2017 expense reports

Mr. TJL’s new art business website went live in March! I have been diligently whittling away at it for the last four months. Building an e-commerce site sure is a lot of work, especially if you have never done it … Continue reading

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The Big Scratch – Dow Jones reaches 20,000! – February 2017 Net Worth Report

The Dow Jones hit 20,ooo last month! Considering the current political climate, I am very wary about this milestone. Whereas the stock market seemed to be reacting to the Fed over the last couple of years, now it seems the … Continue reading

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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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Kid’s Ledger – Power of Suggestion

Positive feedback is known to have a direct correlation to self-worth just as power of suggestion can be used to drive results. Children can teach us a lot about the power of suggestion and since I am a personal financial … Continue reading

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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 Church of FI – The Heavy and Financial News from really, really Smart People

The Heavy The election is over and we know who has won (insert BOOO or YAY, here). Last week, Poppa’s cottage published a post on how different our politically landscape might be if they were guided by fact-based science rather … Continue reading

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