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Chad

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Name:
Broken Road to Fire
Category:
Early Retirement
Tags:
Debt, Budgeting, General Finance, Investing, Lifestyle, Making Money Work for You
Start Year:
2018

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Location:
Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
Age:
30s
Race:
White
Gender:
Male
Life stage:
DIK (Dual Income, Kids)
Profession:
Transport Refrigeration
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Latest Blog Posts

PHEWWWWWWW I am sitting here at my desk on Saturday at the end of week 8. I’m 13 hours into coding and just starting my second beer. My brain is at it’s limit but I’m still going to push on. This whole week was directed towards Group Project 1. We’ll have 2 more classes beforeContinue reading ...
Posted: Nov 10 2018 @ 9:50 PM
Getting a large sum of money from somewhere is always a nice thing. Should I get that 2016 Harley Low Rider S? I have the money. Should I get the 75″ Ultra HD TV to watch football? I have the money for that too. Should I pay off my car? That’s less rewarding. Should IContinue reading ...
Posted: Nov 06 2018 @ 8:29 AM
Hello World! Back again with a late and 2 weeks worth of an update. I’ve been kept busy by the holiday rush for trailers at work and the bootcamp moving into new territory for me. I also think maybe 2 week updates sets the stage for a more full page of content rather than smallContinue reading ...
Posted: Nov 05 2018 @ 7:57 PM
It’s been a crazy couple of weeks here in NC. Hurricane Florence took its time making it’s way through NC and SC causing devastation very far inland. Not even a month later Hurricane Michael crushes the Florida panhandle and charged north through NC. They were 2 completely different storms, both of which caused massive powerContinue reading ...
Posted: Oct 26 2018 @ 11:25 AM
The first week of Javascript is done and phew! that was hard. I made it. Firstly, we had the co-instructor for this week of instruction. This is the architect I mentioned in a previous post. I was a bit worried about the move to a different instructor as they all have a different style. DifferentContinue reading ...
Posted: Oct 08 2018 @ 1:39 PM
Week 2 of the bootcamp has come to an end. As I stated in my 1.5 update, the instructional staff addressed many concerns and it really streamlined the classes this week. We were able to get through the classwork and have extra time left at the end of each class. Surprisingly, most of the studentsContinue reading ...
Posted: Oct 01 2018 @ 8:37 PM
I have to pop in to give a good update to the bootcamp regarding some of my concerns from the last post. I submitted a survey they will be sending out weekly with all of my concerns and spoke with the student success manager as well. They took everything very seriously and addressed all concernsContinue reading ...
Posted: Sep 28 2018 @ 11:57 AM
So week 1 of bootcamp is officially complete. I want to keep up with the updates here as my course goes on so others looking into this can have some extra reference. First some basic information. There are 43 or so students in the class, 2 instructors (only one being present so far) and 3Continue reading ...
Posted: Sep 22 2018 @ 7:03 PM
Today, 9/18/18 marks day number 1 of my Coding Bootcamp. After work today I’ll be headed straight downtown to get started on my new career path. I’ve been self educating for weeks now trying to get myself as prepared as I can possibly be. Honestly, I had some doubts about whether I’ll really be ableContinue reading ...
Posted: Sep 18 2018 @ 6:42 AM
Many know that there are 2 main ways to get to FIRE. Spend less and/or earn more. I’m here to talk to you today about frugality. We all can benefit from a little frugality… or maybe a lot of frugality for you, I don’t know. Managing and cutting costs in our lives is a very personalContinue reading ...
Posted: Aug 27 2018 @ 5:12 PM

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