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Pat the Shuffler

Blog Info

Name:
Life Long Shuffle
Category:
Early Retirement
Tags:
Financial Independence, Early Retirement, Lifestyle
Start Year:
2017

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Net worth:
Location:
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Age:
20s
Race:
Unspecified
Gender:
Male
Life stage:
SINK (Single Income, No Kids)
Profession:
Project Engineer (Civil)
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Latest Blog Posts

If I had a dollar for every time someone has asked me this, I might be financially independent already! Alas I have received none of these dollars even though I have been warned and asked a bunch of times about the impending market crash. Experts, professionals, authors, insiders, famous investors and every Tom, Dick and … Continue reading "Is now the right time to buy with the market so high?" The ...
Posted: Feb 07 2020 @ 7:13 AM
If I had a dollar for every time someone has asked me this, I might be financially independent already! Alas I have received none of these dollars even though I have been warned and asked a bunch of times about the impending market crash. Experts, professionals, authors, insiders, famous investors and every Tom, Dick and … Continue reading "Is now the right time to buy with the market so high?" The ...
Posted: Feb 07 2020 @ 7:13 AM
I have been at this blog thing for a little while now, joyfully finding a large number of my readers are implementing a diversified and simple, buy and hold investment strategy. I personally opt for a 50/50 VAS/VGS split these days. But one thing seems to come up often with newer readers or people I … Continue reading "Is investing really as simple as I say?" The post Is investing really ...
Posted: Jan 26 2020 @ 6:05 PM
I have been at this blog thing for a little while now, joyfully finding a large number of my readers are implementing a diversified and simple, buy and hold investment strategy. I personally opt for a 50/50 VAS/VGS split these days. But one thing seems to come up often with newer readers or people I … Continue reading "Is investing really as simple as I say?" The post Is investing really ...
Posted: Jan 26 2020 @ 6:05 PM
My third year of keeping you all updated with my thoughts and progress to financial independence and I am super excited to share with you again, my year in review! I started this post by reading through my 2018 year in review post. It is interesting to look back on my progress and thoughts at … Continue reading "2019 – A Year in Review" The post 2019 – A Year in ...
Posted: Jan 06 2020 @ 5:45 AM
My third year of keeping you all updated with my thoughts and progress to financial independence and I am super excited to share with you again, my year in review! I started this post by reading through my 2018 year in review post. It is interesting to look back on my progress and thoughts at … Continue reading "2019 – A Year in Review" The post 2019 – A Year in ...
Posted: Jan 06 2020 @ 5:45 AM
I have taken the last 6 months off of blogging and I feel like I owe you an explanation. What can I say…I needed time to be sure of the crap I was typing into this blog…especially around my investment decisions and how I share them here, so I took the time off to research, … Continue reading "How things change" The post How things change appeared first on . ...
Posted: Aug 18 2019 @ 6:15 AM
I have taken the last 6 months off of blogging and I feel like I owe you an explanation. What can I say…I needed time to be sure of the crap I was typing into this blog…especially around my investment decisions and how I share them here, so I took the time off to research, … Continue reading "How things change" The post How things change appeared first on . ...
Posted: Aug 18 2019 @ 6:15 AM
Pat and I have now spent 2.5 years optimising all our expenses, and I have to say, I think we’ve done a pretty good job – for the Sydney-siders we are. Taking a quick glance at our largest expenses, we each pay $175 per week in rent (currently reduced to $155/week each because our apartment … Continue reading "Steph the Shuffler | Taking homemade cooking to the next level" The post ...
Posted: May 29 2019 @ 7:18 AM
Pat and I have now spent 2.5 years optimising all our expenses, and I have to say, I think we’ve done a pretty good job – for the Sydney-siders we are. Taking a quick glance at our largest expenses, we each pay $175 per week in rent (currently reduced to $155/week each because our apartment … Continue reading "Steph the Shuffler | Taking homemade cooking to the next level" The post ...
Posted: May 29 2019 @ 7:18 AM

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