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FRA Guy

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Name:
FIRE Ready Aim
Category:
Early Retirement
Tags:
FIRE, Entrepreneurship
Start Year:
2015

Blogger Bio

Net worth:
$800,000.00
Location:
Florida, United States
Age:
40s
Race:
White
Gender:
Male
Life stage:
DIK (Dual Income, Kids)
Profession:
IT
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Latest Blog Posts

I should have known better. When I walked out of his hospital room on that snowy day in April, I suspected that I wouldn’t see my dad alive again. That turned out to be almost true – we did make it up eight hours before he passed that Sunday night in August, but he was […] The post Yes Virginia, You CAN Negotiate a Funeral (Even with the Body in the ...
Posted: Oct 29 2018 @ 11:21 AM
Sometimes it takes death to rethink life. My dad died in August. He was one of the most respected civil engineers in Florida in the 80s and 90s; he was a master bridge player; he had a keen eye for stocks with great potential. (Although I thought he was crazy for being so high on […] The post Reigniting the FIRE appeared first on Fire Ready Aim. ...
Posted: Oct 23 2018 @ 6:54 AM
While I do want to retire early, we also like to travel. What better place than NYC? It hard to beat when you can stay at a nice hotel for 2 nights, fly round trip, eat at high-class restaurants and spend $500 (I know we spent too much, but we’ll do better next time). But […] The post NYC travel is so cheap – our $500 trip appeared first on Fire ...
Posted: Sep 03 2016 @ 3:35 PM
One of my biggest problems is stopping before I get started – and even when I started journaling, I stopped quickly. Why? Analysis paralysis and the fear of doing something wrong. And I was afraid of journaling wrong. Stupid, right? I thought so too. So I started journaling again, and for the past month or […] The post Journaling to tame the monkey brain appeared first on Fire Ready Aim. ...
Posted: Aug 25 2016 @ 10:05 AM
Well, website is sketched out, domain names purchased, and a bit of market research done. Untether: in process. Honestly, I was hoping to have this launched by now, but with a big project due at my day job at the end of September, I’m happy where I am. So why not push to launch now? […] The post One month later – untether with public domain data? appeared first on Fire ...
Posted: Aug 25 2016 @ 12:04 AM
While flying back from our $500 NYC trip in Feb 2016, I read in the NYTimes about people who make hundreds of thousands per year selling goods FBA (Fullfillment By Amazon) through retail arbitrage (buying low in a retail store, selling high on Amazon). I thought to myself, how hard can this be? In typical […] The post Is selling on Amazon FBA a good way to untether income from time? ...
Posted: Aug 24 2016 @ 11:09 PM
Fire Ready Aim is the perfect name for this blog. Mostly because I go off and start firing and get focused later. But I do get there eventually. But I haven’t done a good job working towards untethering my income from my time. It’s time to focus on passive income. I’ve bit a bit unfocused […] The post Passive Income – Untethering Income From Time appeared first on Fire Ready Aim. ...
Posted: Jul 20 2016 @ 11:49 PM
New Year, but NO resolutions. Yet still I have plenty of guilt. Guilt always attends the New Year, because whenever I make resolutions they always fall short. Failure. Ergo, no resolutions this year. So why is the guilt still kicking in? Here’s a partial list: Not keeping a close enough eye on monthly spending. Not […] The post No resolutions. More mindfulness. appeared first on Fire Ready Aim. ...
Posted: Jan 20 2016 @ 11:47 PM
I bought a fancypants camera right before Christmas last year. For my wife, of course (you can see where this is going, right?) My wife had been talking about how she wanted a better camera for capturing our daughter, so I did the gentlemanly thing and bought her a Nikon D7000 from Bestbuy. It was […] The post Arbitrage, expensive hobbies, and financial independence appeared first on Fire Ready Aim. ...
Posted: Nov 17 2015 @ 12:06 AM
So many goals. So many things to think about. FIRE. Raising good kids (ours are 3.5 years and 6 months). Eating better. Gardening. Simplifying. Montessori ideas at home for the kids? Investing. Keeping active. Keeping track of where our money is going. Working a full time job. Working a bunch of side gigs. Decluttering. installing […] The post I need to do less…oooh, look! A butterfly! appeared first on Fire Ready ...
Posted: Nov 06 2015 @ 1:27 AM

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