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Freedom

Blog Info

Name:
Freedom Pot
Category:
Early Retirement
Tags:
Dividend investment, minimalism, early retirement, index investment, young
Start Year:
2018

Blogger Bio

Net worth:
$34,000.00
Location:
London, United Kingdom
Age:
20s
Race:
Unspecified
Gender:
Female
Life stage:
SINK (Single Income, No Kids)
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Latest Blog Posts

I love these monthly updates! Here are a number of reasons why: It forces me to look back at the month and see my spending patterns. This way I can clearly define where I have let some slack or did really well. I’m a visual learner, if there is no flow-chart of graph I won’t … Continue reading Monthly Progress: July 2018 → ...
Posted: Aug 04 2018 @ 7:49 AM
It’s really strange to recognise how fast the time flies when making all the monthly updates, but I am glad to say that it has now been 6 months of conscious effort to get my finances on track and I am going strong. June has been significantly better than May in terms of progress. I … Continue reading Monthly Progress: June 2018 → ...
Posted: Jul 07 2018 @ 12:50 PM
Another month, another update. May has been great and despite me still paying for my exams and booking a holiday, some magical things have happened. First of all, my portfolio has finally turned green! This positive change has totally been welcomed and it is truly amazing to see how despite my cash outgoings, if I … Continue reading Monthly Progress: May 2018 → ...
Posted: Jun 03 2018 @ 9:34 AM
Better late than never, right? Here is my April progress update (or shall I call it regress?). First of all, the good news, I am now a part-qualified accountant! I have passed my most recent exam and will now progress to the final stage – meaning 3 more exams and I am freeeee. The bad … Continue reading Monthly Progress: April 2018 → ...
Posted: May 23 2018 @ 6:50 PM
Hi everyone! From now on I will be posting my monthly stock purchases in addition to my monthly progress updates. The market has continued on a wobbly path, but in this volatility there seem to be quite a few companies generating better yield than at the start of the year. In order to use the … Continue reading April 2018 Purchases → ...
Posted: Apr 30 2018 @ 4:11 PM
March has been good (aside from the weather)! It has now been 3 months into my official journey to improve my financial position and it feels so great to finally feel like I am in control. With every monthly I feel stronger, able to dream bigger and feeling calmer. Do not get me wrong, I … Continue reading Monthly Progress: March 2018 → ...
Posted: Apr 03 2018 @ 6:30 PM
I will start off by saying that the fact that you are reading this page already means that you are on the right path to creating your own financial security. You are seeking your way out of the rat race and this is exactly the reason why I have started this blog. Do pat yourself … Continue reading Starting your investment journey → ...
Posted: Mar 24 2018 @ 9:21 PM
What happened, February?! It’s just my luck to focus and contribute more to my portfolio just before the market correction:). When the pillow hits the fan, these are the things I have realised: I was fully invested only in the UK market and this had to change. So as soon as I have noticed something … Continue reading Monthly Progress: February 2018 → ...
Posted: Mar 04 2018 @ 7:38 AM
January has been busy! I have been reading as much about FIRE as my free time allowed which led me to take a hard look at my expenses. Specifically…direct debits. It’s funny how we tend to accept those ‘necessary’ costs as a given, for example, when was the last time you have questioned your phone … Continue reading Monthly progress: January 2018 (Journey begins) → ...
Posted: Feb 10 2018 @ 5:09 PM

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