Money, Monthly Money Reports

Win, Win, Lose! March 2018 – Income, Expenses And Goals

I had a GREAT month … except for blogging! And my expenses were high too, but you can’t have it all I guess! What am I the most excited about this month? NO, NOT MONEY! My steps!!! I averaged 11,226/steps per day this month!  Staying healthy and fit is part of my Financial Freedom plan… Read More Win, Win, Lose! March 2018 – Income, Expenses And Goals

Money, Monthly Money Reports

February 2018 – Income, Expenses And Goals

Sometimes I wonder how I ever managed to become FI! This month was one of those times. I wasn’t frugal at all! Maybe life got in the way of saving too! Just like it did with blogging! On another note, I finally signed off on my insurance claim! Glad it is over. You can check out… Read More February 2018 – Income, Expenses And Goals

Monthly Money Reports

Income, Expenses And Goals Update – December 2017 (Part 1)

December was a great month for FI Income and not so bad for the investment side either. If it wasn’t for my burst pipe and flooded basement, it would have been awesome! FI (Financial Independence) INCOME – $2,703 This is the income I will rely on once I finally reach Financial Independence (FI). *New Category:… Read More Income, Expenses And Goals Update – December 2017 (Part 1)

Monthly Money Reports

Income, Expenses And Goals – November 2017

November was not so good for investment growth but the loss was very minimum. Here is my third Income, expenses and goals update for November 2017: FI (Financial Independence) INCOME This is the income I will rely on once I finally reach Financial Independence (FI).  Dividend Income Dividend income is at its lowest this month… Read More Income, Expenses And Goals – November 2017

Money, Rental properties

To Be A Landlord Or Not To Be?

To be a landlord or not to be? I always wanted to own rental properties but it looked a little scary.  Then several years ago, I decided it was time to make the jump. No point in talking about it if you are never going to do it . It wasn’t the best time for… Read More To Be A Landlord Or Not To Be?

Life, Money

Could Getting Laid Off Be The Right Opportunity For Me To Retire Earlier?

When I was told this past Friday that our company, a US corporation, was no longer interested in doing business in Canada, I wasn’t really surprised. We had shut down our other Canadian office in June and our company was no longer actively pursuing any new business. But even when you think it may happen,… Read More Could Getting Laid Off Be The Right Opportunity For Me To Retire Earlier?

Featured Posts, Financial Freedom, Money

Get a Side Hustle and Retire Earlier

If your goal is to retire and never work another day in your life, then this post is not for you! But, if like me, you think of financial independence as the freedom to finally do what you want to do, then keep on reading. When I finally retire from my full-time job, I plan… Read More Get a Side Hustle and Retire Earlier