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LadyFIRE

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Name:
FIRE by Thirty-Five
Category:
Early Retirement
Tags:
frugal, budgeting, investing,
Start Year:
2016

Blogger Bio

Net worth:
$159,500.00
Location:
Australia
Age:
20s
Race:
White
Gender:
Female
Life stage:
Unspecified
Profession:
IT
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Latest Blog Posts

November is the real start of summer! And it has been the start of businesses ramping up for Christmas, and my investments have all performed admirably. I've been completely disengaged from this blog dealing with professional turmoils at work, but I'm cautiously optimistic this shake up will lead to some career leaps, more money and more responsibility if I can play my cards right - and not lose my temper ...
Posted: Nov 30 2017 @ 9:30 PM
What a month! It was crazy expensive, I saved a tonne of money and I went out, with people! I'm not a huge social butterfly but I'm always up for a good costume party. There was a hint for summer for a day or two, and then winter laughed and laughed and took over again. At least the finances went well.Read more » ...
Posted: Nov 02 2017 @ 9:30 PM
Hello Budget Reboot, have you tried turning it off and on again?Money saving posts are always the same - stop doing this, stop buying that, stop having any fun and live a sad deprived life while watching the numbers in your bank account tick up and up. Of course, they don't frame it that way, but when someone asks you to give up something you love in the name of ...
Posted: Oct 26 2017 @ 9:30 PM
I dream of a home in the country, with sprawling green meadows filled with cows. A dog or two sprawled at my feet and hens clucking in the distance while I drink fresh coffee with a dash of today's milk. I picture an orchard with every kind of fruit tree, with my hens running and digging under the trees. I dream of a wide open space where I can walk ...
Posted: Oct 16 2017 @ 6:57 PM
Investing can be tricky, daunting and just plain hard. In many cases the struggle doesn't end when you finally buy an investment, because then you need to manage it. You watch the value of stocks, make sure rentals have a good tenant and deal with the constantly changing value and cashflow.One way to get the most out of your investments with minimal effort is with a Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)Read ...
Posted: Oct 09 2017 @ 9:30 PM
September went so well I set myself an investing stretch goal! It may have been a quiet month on the blogging from, but the weather has turned wonderful, my accounts are trending steadily upwards and life feels good.Read more » ...
Posted: Oct 02 2017 @ 9:30 PM
A popular idea in the personal finance sphere is to start a side hustle. An online business, babysitting, or even a blog like this one can bring in a couple of hundred a week if done right. Of course it can also bring in next to nothing if you don't do it right (ask me about my blog profits ;) ). However we (almost) all have day jobs that are ...
Posted: Sep 28 2017 @ 10:30 PM
Hello Budget Reboot, have you tried turning it off and on again?Money saving posts are always the same - stop doing this, stop buying that, stop having any fun and live a sad deprived life while watching the numbers in your bank account tick up and up. Of course, they don't frame it that way, but when someone asks you to give up something you love in the name of ...
Posted: Sep 21 2017 @ 10:30 PM
Just last week I said that you should stop wasting your money on shit. A big part of that is not spending money on cheap shit that falls apart after a couple of uses and you have to constantly replace.I'm not changing my mind, but sometimes you really should buy cheap, second-hand, knock off shit before you buy the expensive top of the range good stuff.Read more » ...
Posted: Sep 14 2017 @ 10:30 PM
Acorns are offering double sign up bonuses for September, which has drawn eyes there way and lead to them being crucified in the media with sensationalist headlines. But after a almost a year I feel like I've got the right to say, they ain't that bad. In fact, the returns are decent, the apps easy to use and the mindless investing structure is a great starting point that everyone should ...
Posted: Sep 11 2017 @ 10:30 PM

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